The entrance to the restaurant
The entrance to the restaurant Inside the restaurant, inside look The fountain in the yard, pigeons sculptured bathing in the water (photographed by Inside the restaurant, coffee parlor Inside the restaurant, second coffee parlor The bar
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The restaurant's building is a residential house built in the late 19th century, by the first settlers in Metula.
Haim, third generation in Metula, is the creative spirit behind the building and preservation. He built, planned and accurately renovated the original house that was here one hundred years ago. And Miriam is in-charge of the interior design. She planned, added unique furniture items and created the picture gallery on site.

Upon your entry to the house you pass along a path of old trees which blend in with the balsam and cyclamen flowers found in the beautiful old stone house garden, and which creat pockets of glorious color. The interior of the house will wrap you in an intimate ambiance, with the pleasant coolness of stone during the summer and romantic warmth of a burning fireplace during the winter.

The restaurant menu is dairy, vegetarian, based on rustic dishes, the customary cuisine of the first farmers in Metula.
You can enjoy fish meals, cheese and wine, farmers' soup and salads served with thick rustic breads or homemade rolls. The milk served with cappuccino is from the morning milking (when did you last drink coffee with real froth?), and homemade cakes.

* Opening hours: 9:00 AM until the last guest in the place
* Liquor bar on site
* Breakfast is served until 11:30. It is advised to order in advance
* Business lunches are served from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. It is advised to order
  in advance