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Eating at The Dead Sea by: Ben Morris
FILED UNDER SOMETHINGISRAELI >> Food

The Dead Sea
The Dead Sea

The Dead Sea is not just a place to go to in order to gain some therapeutic relief to many medical problems, it's also a great place to go to experience world quality food.

From veggie delights to full on meat feasts, The Dead Sea has a fantastic selection of restaurants to eat out at.

Israeli tourism site Think Israel offers the following selection of places to visit for a great culinary delight.

The Date Palm
International Restaurant in The Hod Hamidbar Hotel (Tel: 972-8-6688222)

Tritonís Choice
Fish Restaurant Royal Dead Sea Hotel (Tel: 972-8-6688555)

Peace & Love
Restaurant (Tel:972-8-6584435 / 7584435)

Herodís
Italian Style Fish and Dairy Restaurant in the Sheraton Moriah Hotel (Tel: 972-8-6591591)

Giraffe
Far Eastern Noodle Bar in the Crowne Plaza Hotel (Tel: 972-8-6591919)

Oliveís
Fine restaurant in the Hyatt Regency Hotel (Tel: 972-8-6591234)

Pninaís Place
Fish Restaurant in Moshav Neot Hakikar (Tel: 972-8-6555107), advanced reservations required

The Village
Vegetarian Restaurant in the Dead Sea Gardens Hotel (Tel: 972-8-6584351)



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