Take a look at their web site, (the site is in Hebrew and Russian, but the "MENU" button does show the menu in English) and you can find many Brasilian foods to enjoy, just a taste of Brasil, flavored with Israel.
Favorite Dish: On our last visit we were enjoying a jeep trip in the area and 14 of us dropped in for a nice late lunch to "finish" off our day. Of course with 14 people we all ordered different dishes, and we heard no complaints anywhere..So enjoy.
Cafe Neto is a chain restaurant in Israel that offer breakfast , sandwiches style food.
When we came here to meet friends (we were on our way to Eilat and thay live in the area so Mizpe Ramon was the best option to meet).
Favorite Dish: The breakfast is ok - not the best one but it will satisfy you.
You get 2 eggs for your taste , cheese , bread , salad , coffee , juice.
Penelope is a real gem on Eilat's restaurants variety.
The location of the restaurant is on the entrance to the city , very close to Big shopping center so there is quiet place , not too crowded with tourists.
The place is very cheap and offers business meal in 29 nis , 29 nis , 49 nis and 59 nis.
The service is very good and the food is also a great experience.
Favorite Dish: The bread is excellent and you get also 2 dips with the bread - we took pesto and tehina and they were great.
The hamburgers were tasty and the french fries were good too.
The En gedi Inn is a nice restaurant with air conditioning on the road for families or groups.
When we came it was passover (a jewish holiday) so we didnt came to eat here and brought our own kosher food.
If you miss the taste of fast food you can always go to the mall on En Boqeq (called petra mall) and enjoy Mcdonalds.
Favorite Dish: I dont like Mcdonalds but they dont have a variety of choices so i guess you can eat their hamburger.
Havat Phillip (Phillip's Farm) began its life as a private farm back in 1950, today the founder has passed his legacy on to his children who still work this farm. But today they have a roadside stand that has a selection of local foods, including cheeses, olive oil, honey, olives, confitures and wine.
But Havat Phillp is also the center for information about the immediate area and they have a pamphlet that explains 4 different routes that can be done with regular cars, 4x4 or mountain bikes.
Favorite Dish: The best is the Labane (a slightly sour white cheese) that is spread on a large flat bread, a little olive oil is added, then folded in two and eaten with your hands.
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