This food is so tasty. It has a very new and wonderful flavor. The environment is really cool and the staff were very charming.
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This Yemenite treasure in Tzfat is a must visit when in the area. It features one delicious dish called lachuch which is comprised of Yemenite crepes filled with tomatoes, cheeses, olive oil, and other vegetables. Be sure to ask for extra spice.
Everything was fresh and delicious. My daughter really enjoyed watching them prepare our food. A great way to get something filling and authentic so you don't miss too much shopping and site seeing time and nice change from pita and falafel. Not for the gluten-conscious.
Our wonderful hotel hosts at The Artists Colony suggested we come here for the Yemenite street pizza and my son and I loved it. The owner, seen in the photo, works his magic with one assistant and delivers hand-made pizza roll-ups with a limited choice...More
Wow, this place was awesome. As a committed carnivore I'm usually skeptical of dairy meals, but this little spot may have shaken my faith. Fluffy and crisp Yemenite crepes filled with local veggies and the delicious cheeses made in Sefad for hundreds of years. Warm...More
The owners were nice. Food hot and made to order. The cheese was very fresh and veggies were cooked to perfections. I will crave this for the rst of my life.
Yemenite flatbread with vegetables and spices. Flatbread masterfully made in front of you. Super popular spot. Very friendly people, especially the owner and young women. Something different. Plates are wood blocks, there are carpets and Yemeni artifacts on the wall. Very good experience.
We litterly stumbled upon this place wandering the streets looking a place to eat. It looked totally interesting but it was empty so we hesitated but then walked in anyway we were so hungry. AMAZING!!!! The menu is basically one item – a Yemenite Lachuch...More