Great food! Very tasty & delicious. There goose liver is a must it just melts in your mouth. And great service
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Have been here several times, but had a special women's group on tour & Decks staff out did themselves. Great waterfront dining experience. Varied menu to select from. Great for special events for groups or just relaxing casual dining.
We recently ate at the Decks Restaurant and they had us eat in the Pagoda Restaurant. I ordered from the Pagoda Menu and really liked the Sweet and Sour Chicken. My wife got the Fried Salmon. They serve it on a small grill at your table. They also gave her an extra piece of Salmon and so we were able... More
I visited Decks on one of my last nights in Israel and it blew me away. The customer service, especially from Talia and our waiter, was exceptional. And the food... YUM! We had a full tasting menu, but the standouts were the onion loaf, salmon, and dessert platter. My mom, who doesn't even like salmon, said that it was delicious... More
Never in my life I have been treated so bad in a restaurant as this evening in Deck's. Not only by the waitress, who was not willing to listen what the complaints were (like serving another fish than ordered, not being interested that the red wine came from the fridge... etc), but she was only interested that she would get... More
After a sail on the Sea of Galilee, we enjoyed a lunch here with our group. Fish, or chicken, amazing fried onion loaf, the hummus, salads, pitas, every bit of it was delicious. Plus the view of the sea from the restaurant. Definitely a highlight of the trip.
The pace seems a central bus station. Quite noisy. The food is quite good. The service ? You have to beg getting it. We were a group. Asked more then once to get service but seems they need much more waiters in this place. I can suggest you- if you really wish thir food which is not bad al all,... More
There were 6 in our party. Our guide ordered several dishes for us to enjoy family style. The food was expertly prepared and we ate all of it. Sitting on the deck during sunset framed our meal to perfection. It is a must do if you are in Tiberias. The prices were in line with most upscale restaurants in Israel.
Prices are very steep, and main dishes do not include any side dishes, but everything was delicious. We had two different steaks, the sweet potato and roasted mushrooms, and the house focaccia bread with hummous. Everything was outstanding. Our waiter was pleasant and patient. This is off season, so the place wasn't busy at all. We had a seat right... More
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