Time Out says
Elkheir’s authentic Druze cuisine gives a new definition to field-to-table cooking.
The flavors that encompass Elkheir’s Druze cuisine have a long generational history. The chef owes everything he knows to watching his grandmother prepare traditional Druze cuisine when he was only a young boy. In an effort to preserve his grandmother’s secret recipes, Elkheir set up a restaurant with the goal of producing delicious Druze food using only the finest raw materials. His cuisine is the epitome of field-to-table, whereby he handpicks his ingredients directly from the fields of the region and carefully selects his grape leaves one-by-one before stuffing them. The yogurt—drizzled with a thin stream of olive oil—is a crowd favorite. This is a place to visit, food just doesn’t get any fresher than this.
139 HaNassi Blvd
|Price:||meal for two NIS 200|
|Opening hours:||Sun-Sat 12:00-24:00|