Segula is very near the Tel-Aviv - Beer-Sheba highway (route 40), about halfway between the two cities.
Kramim is a very good restaurant at the entrance to Segula, and offers quite sophisticated dining in a quiet rural atmosphere.
After some excellent starters (sinta carpaccio, "Eggplant-Baladi" in tehina sauce) we enjoyed a delicious entrecote in red wine sauce or a tasty bream.
The restaurant is also suitable for people with disabilities.
I think this restaurant is "worth a detour", even if you are not travelling on the Beersheba highway!
Armoniemm is a wonderfully appointed new restaurant that has just recently opened in the Segula Moshav. It has some great outdoor seating that we will enjoy when the summer months have passed and Autumn makes it more pleasant to sit outside. For now the interior is roomy with a high ceiling and actual SPACE between the tables....if you go to the website (Hebrew only for now), you can take a look by going through the numbers 1-12 where there are photos.
Favorite Dish: We stopped in for breakfast with our friends Ziv and Nissiem and tried the ShakShuka from the Tabun (the tabun is a traditional way to cook, sort of like a domed brick oven. The ShakShuka is a vegetable dish that is pan cooked and then just before it is ready eggs are added in a sunny side up fashion (not broken) and then cooked for a few more minutes. Here at Armoniemm the small frying pan that it is cooked in is actually brought to your table and you eat HOT direct from it. The meal is served with a small loaf of freshly baked bread and some spreads and white cheeses...you also receive a cup of coffee and juice. This is a FULL meal so make sure you are hungry, or you can even share this between two people.
Simple, little decoration, but excellent food and good service. It is adjacent to a very good nursery so if you need to take home some plants it is a good time to do so....
Favorite Dish: Try the grilled mushrooms, they are exceptional. The steak in wine sauce is fine also.