Beit Gani Restaurant

A rustic restaurant, strictly kosher, residing on the wooden-covered second floor of a private residence, surrounded by a heartwarming blossoming garden at Moshav Oshrat.
This is a special restaurant that instills a sense of intimacy thanks to the wooden walls, wooden furniture and unique ceramictableware used for serving the courses.

Activity times

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Contact and address

Phone for reservations

Contacting host

The owners, Iris and Danny Yossef, welcome the guests as someone who receives guests in his own living room, Iris is also the one who cooks with her own hands the homemade dishes that clearly bear the imprint of her hands and personal taste.
The guests are invited to relax on the wooden chairs located on the second floor, overlooking the sceneries of the villages of the Western Galilee, or sit around tables in the beautiful garden that surrounds the house.
Immediately upon the beginning of the meal, a fresh challah breadthat has recently been baked, is served to the table accompanied by dips, black olives and pesto. A chilled lemonade pitcher can be served upon request and at an additional cost.
The menu is very opulent and it suits almost every taste. It also includes, in addition to the tapas-style starters and leaves salad, fish and meat dishes: steak, chicken liver in wine or mint fried with onions, eggplant in tehina, a Mexican-style Galilean soup (the landlady calls it a surprises soup because she conceals within it unexpected, although tasty, products), pullet in herbs, coconut milk and pineapple, beef cutlets in tehina sauce on a bed of rice and potatoes with accents of sweet potatoes, meat filled pastry, stir-fried chicken breast with peppers in Thai sauce, pullet steak in soy, orange and cinnamon marinade, entrecote steak, pullet and desserts, when the most beloved one is halva parfait on a bed of kataifi (kadaif) in sesame sauce.
Opulent romantic meals can be ordered at the restaurant at a price of 350 NIS or 480 NIS per couple.
Likewise, the menu contains children’s meals – schnitzel and chips and vegetarian dishes.
Credit cards are not accepted,
Strictly kosher.
Must be reserved in advance.

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