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Eilat – Where to Eat

When you travel to Israel, one city you cannot miss is the city of Eilat. The gorgeous beachfront city along the Mediterranean coast is surrounded by the finest restaurants, shops and nightlife Israel has to offer.

If you’re looking to enjoy a mosaic of Israel cuisine in very little time, Eilat is the place to visit. So, forget the heels, the suits and the stress, and check out this list we came up with that will help you plan your visit!



If you’re looking for a wonderful Israeli lunch or early dinner, this sandwich shop is the place to go! The small restaurant is well-known for its outstanding service and fresh and tasty food. If you’re a vegan, you’ll find various options. If you’re a meat eater, you’ll love their sandwich menu. You will also receive four small dishes with various garnishes, all at affordable prices.


9 Beach Eilat

9 Beach Eilat

If you’re looking for a great dinner with an incredible view, this is the place to visit. The combination of friendly staff and the rich and tasty Israeli food are what attract tourists from all over the world to this restaurant. The portions of food are large while they also offer breakfast and lunch.


Rak Dagim

Rak Dagim

Rak Dagim Eilat specializes in fish and sea food. The restaurant’s name means “Fish Only”, and yet, they also serve a few meat courses on their menu. While the menu changes each day, the ingredients in this restaurant are brought daily from the red sea fishermen and local farms. The most popular dishes here are the white ikra, jumbo shrimp and scallops.




This New-York style restaurant fuses international cuisine with edgy and modern innovation. Locally aged meats and fresh fish arrive straight from the sea onto your plate. The prices are moderate and the atmosphere: romantic.


Pedro RestaurantPhoto by (Kobi Harati, City of David)

Pedro Restaurant

This charming restaurant and wine bar belongs to Chef Tal Hershkivitz and it offers a fascinating culinary experience at a moderate price. The Moroccan-style ravioli with fish, their original take on Israeli couscous, their signature Tournedos Rossini, are some of the favorites.

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