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 and gracious hospitality, killer house made wine, and beautiful artwork and space rounded out the experience. If you enjoy your lunch there, be sure to walk a few streets down to meet Chaim at Kodesh cheese makers....they use his amazing cheese, and you can taste more of them in the workshop where seven generations of his family have been churning out cheeses. Pun intended. Enjoy!
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