Kornmehl farm was founded on the eve of Rosh Hashanah by Anat and Daniel Kornel, two graduates of Israel’s School of Agriculture. The farm overlooks the desert mountains with its goat pens being placed in a more nascent fashion in front of man made terraces. This has been a herding technique used in the area for the last 4000 years. The restaurant cheese selections offer patrons the farm's interpretation of iconic cheeses. The health and contentment of the goats is key to the quality taste of it’s goat milk. The farm restaurant offers a variety of housemade cheeses and fresh breads for spreading as well as a few other comfort food staples like rice pudding, focaccia, and knafe.
Idi, located in the seaside city of Ashdod, is a restaurant name that carries culinary weight both inside and outside of Israel. This restaurant began with the dream of a former diver in the Israeli pipeline industry, Idi Israelowitz. After years of trials and tribulations with trying to open several establishments in Israel, as well as a stint at the famed Cordon Bleu in Paris he opened Idi in 1995. His dishes place an emphasis on fine seafood and seeks to provide diners with good food and good fun. The Idi experience includes red tuna steaks, fried calamari, and plenty of high quality wine and spirits to wash it all down.
The restaurant Ha'Katzeh is comparable to a fast food drive-in but with a twist- they offer high quality Moroccan cuisine! Since 2002, this restaurant has been frequented by local residents of the area. What began as a coffee shop has become a main stop for those heading North or South, looking for some good, comfort food to warm the soul. Ha'Katzeh has a pleasant atmosphere, and is welcoming to all!
Chanoch Stomker, a Beer Sheva native, has spent his entire life soaking up his mother's secrets of Jewish-Indian cuisine. Learning to mimic these divine flavors did not satisfy him though, and Chanoch proceeded to work in numerous restaurants before jumping into the deep end. Hodu Ha'Ktana, otherwise known as Little India, is now situated on a friendly neighbourhood corner in Beer Sheva. Food lovers call his menu 'traditional Indian with a Jewish touch'. Diners have the choice of the classic restaurant venue, or to enjoy their meal out back on low couches in a fantastic tent.
In the heart of the old city of Beer Sheva, tastefully hidden in a side alley sits the legendary Kebab Emuna, founded in 1958. Emuna's pride and joy is their enormous grill, treated as if it is a grand piano. Emuna offers a variety of grilled skewers, but be sure not to miss the Iraqi kebab- their prized dish. The meat is of course accompanied by a wide range of interesting salads.
Falafel is the claim to fame for what has been called 'The House of the Golden Ball' for more than 30 years. Ha'Falafel Ha'Yarok is known around town, and every day, hundreds choose to spoil themselves with this impeccable falafel. Not only do patrons arrive for Margalit and Zacharia’s light, green falafel balls, but also to indulge in the accompaniments, such as fried eggplant, and pickled lemons.