Being a snob in such matters, I feel bad when I am not eating the native food where it’s good, but travelling with children (mine at least) it’s a different game - they want the usual stuff from back home. In our case (and not just ours I guess) this means chicken schnitzel with chips. Anyway, we ended up looking for it here.
Surprisingly we adults also enjoyed the meal, because the food was good and the atmosphere was pleasant - the service was good and the place felt hospitable (you’ve got to hand it to them - it requires quite a lot of patience. The waiter even spoke surprisingly good Hebrew). I ate Shakshuka with Falafel, which is a concept I haven’t previously encountered, but it kind of works, and the children got what they wanted.
Of course, it’s not the quietest place in the world, but that’s not the owners’ fault…
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