Time Out says
Step into this ancient Ottoman oasis of Lebanese and Palestinian cuisine
When you step into this building, preserved from the ancient Ottoman period, you feel as if you’ve stepped into an entirely different world. The father-son duo who owns the restaurant, bring their own personal touch to the international buffet of foods they serve, including recipes from Mexico, the Middle East, the Mediterranean, Italy, and more. They bring these types of cuisine as inspiration for their true focal point: Lebanese and Palestinian dishes. Try the “shishbarak” (meat dumplings in yoghurt sauce), “musakhan” (sumac chicken), “makloubeh” (layers of stewed chicken), and for the vegetarians, “fatayer” (spinach-stuffed pastry). In addition to the multicultural menu, Ein El Wadi offers breakfast for the early bird. Book the space for parties of fifty or more.
26 Wadi St
|Price:||dinner for two with drinks NIS 150|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 10:00-20:00, Sat closed|