Updated: Oct 2
For travelers in Western Galilee: In a modest house at a gas station next to the Arab village of Mi'ilya, you will find an excellent Lebanese restaurant.
Miriam, who lives in Mi'ilya, cooks and hosts and all with a big smile. She is a gracious cook and a stunning woman who was widowed at a young age and raised 3 children alone while running the restaurant.
Every day she makes pots full of excellent Lebanese dishes. For example, Menzela: a lupine stew with eggplant. Shulbeto: Burgul stew with tomato sauce, vine leaves, perfect shish kebab. Everything is fresh and made daily.
Miriam opens the restaurant every day at 11 and closes when the pots run out. The restaurant is closed on Sunday.