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Restaurant at the Dead Sea

Dead Sea Restaurants: Top Culinary Experience in the Lowest Place on Earth

  • The Dead Sea area is a place of beautiful primal scenery, hot springs, mud baths, top-notch spa resorts and of course, of dipping or floating in the lowest place in the world. As well as enjoying the great hotels, beaches and spa facilities you should also enjoy good food. Inside a list of some of area's best restaurants.
    What would you like to have, ethnic food, Israeli specials or meat & grill?
    In recent years new restaurants/food outlets were opened at The Dead Sea and Ein Bokek area while some old favorites upgraded their venues and menus. You can find plenty of choices for eating out with your family and some more unique places suitable for a romantic night out.
    Tapuach Sdom for instance, one of the oldest restaurants in Ein Bokek offers varied menu that includes fish and steaks as well as pizzas, pastas and desserts. Visitors of the Ein Bokek Boardwalk hub could enjoy the views of the sea while dining.
    If you are in a mood for something a little different we recommend you to consider Taj Mahal, a Bedouin style tent-restaurant offering various meat and vegetarian dishes. Every now and again the place holds special evenings with live music and dancers.
    On the way to the Dead Sea in Almog Junction you will find another veteran establishment, Last Chance Restaurant, serving delicious Israeli food. On top of meat dishes, the restaurant also offers a dairy menu and breakfasts. If you're lucky you will get there on days they prepare authentic Tunisian food cooked in tagines.
    For a home-style Moroccan cooking, you should try out Biankini in the Northern Dead Sea; the place serves fish and meat dishes as well as dairy light meals. You should contact the restaurant or check their website for updates on special oriental buffet nights accompanied by live music and dancers.
    Ranch House at Isrotel Dead Sea Hotel offers a varied meat and grill menu as well as salads and other side dishes. The excellent wine menu also adds great flavors to an extraordinary dinner.
    Fancy a Drink?
    At Nirka Bar (Ein Tchelet Mall) you can enjoy a varied alcoholic menu that includes draft beers, cocktails and wines. The dairy food menu includes salads, pizzas, tortillas and more. The pub's terrace overlooks the Dead Sea and Edom Mountains. This is one of the best places for a night out at the Dead Sea.
    Quatro Dance Bar at the Solarium is a Tel Aviv style bar popular with tourists and Israelis alike. The place can be very crowded during high season and weekends.