Perched atop the Golan Heights in Moshav Ramot lies an incredible hidden gem of a restaurant. Moshbutz is famous for their juicy meat dishes, which are locally sourced from the beautiful pastures that surround the place. There’s even a small butcher store that offers a variety of cuts to take home with you. Arrive hungry, as portions are huge! The best part of all are the stunning views to take in as you enjoy your meal, making this spot a magnificent location to have a romantic and unique dining experience.
Tel Aviv is taking the international food scene by storm, while Jerusalem has kept things authentic, and Eilat has some mouthwatering bites on the Red Sea. As booming as the restaurant industries are in central and southern Israel, up north in Nazareth, the Galilee, the Golan Heights and beyond, Israel’s top chefs are whipping up showstopping dishes, worthy of sampling. Try an authentic Middle Eastern meal in an unexpected place, or pair a prime cut with an unbelievable view, and don’t forget to enjoy fresh seafood in a northern village either. You’ll want to check all of these best northern restaurants as well as things to do in Israel off your list.