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En route to seeing the Meteor Shower in Yeruham crater, we had a quick stop on Kornmehl.
Small place in price location. The top of a hill in the middle of the Negev. Yellow as far as the eye can see.
Food is very good....All based on goat milk and goat cheese.
Not very cheap but worth it.More
This tiny shed serves as a so-called restaurant in the middle of nowhere.
We sat inside, as it was a very stormy day and were immediately struck by an overpowering stench of goat cheese and not too clean chef and waiter.
The food itself, which...took forever to get to us, was rather tasteless, and the price was average.
We had a pizza, potato gratin, a lemonade and a coffee and paid apx. 30USD.More
The food was tasty and the service great but really overpriced!
I felt truly uncomfortable when she arrive with the "cheese plate" as we had there only few pieces of cheese at the cost of 70 nis!!!
Every dish was small and we ended up...a bit hungry.
I used to come there before and it wasn't like that.
We lefted with a quiet bad feeling.
Would not really recommand.More
In the middle of nowhere, on a bare hillside on the way to Sde Boker from Be'er Sheva, this is a place to stop at and savour. Homemade goats cheese of the highest quality, cool, open-air setting, and a selection of dishes that more than...surpassed our expectations. Truly a culinary oasis in the desert. Well worth planning a stop here to break your journey to or from Eilat or the Ramon Crater. You won't be disappointed.More
Response from GusNewYork | Reviewed this property |
I don't have the foggiest idea. I don't believe that a natural "in the wild" farm run by secular people goes well with any sort of religious certification. But I could be wrong, and I'm sure they'll gladly answer your... More
I don't have the foggiest idea. I don't believe that a natural "in the wild" farm run by secular people goes well with any sort of religious certification. But I could be wrong, and I'm sure they'll gladly answer your question.