A very good Mediterranean restaurant, sea food, Hummus, fish. Great view to the sea, beside the walls of the old city.
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First of all you are seated in a restaurant that that is on the sea wall. This restaurant is overlooking the Haifa / Acre Bay and to sit and have a meal there is a really beautiful experience. In addition to the beauty of the...More
My family has made it a tradition of going to Abu Christo restaurant in the Old City of Acre every Passover/Easter vacation. The view from the restaurant is unrivaled. However, this time we left slightly disappointed. The prices were relatively high (650 shequels for 6...More
Acre is well known for its fresh local food and excellent service. This restaurant was very disappointing in both aspects: the food was mediocre at best and the service was much too slow and very inviting to say the least. They do have a wonderful...More
The restaurant has a very nice view. The salads were not very good and the fish was average. Expensive.
We had a really nice lunch at Abu Christo: salads, fish, coffee and complementary baklava. The fatuoush salad was delicious, and the hummus was really good too, very generous portions. Fish was super fresh: we went for sea bream, the mixed small fish, and the...More
It's a touristic place, OK, no special local feel, but it's clean, roomy, the food is reasonably tasty, the service relaxed as everywhere here but quick enough, the personnel friendly. It's advisable try to grab a table near the sea: you can eat cooked fishes...More
Super fresh and wonderful food - from the salads to the fish and meat dishes we shared. Warmth and hospitality all around and just a terrific dining experience
This is an old and traditional restaurant in Acre. I can only recommend to you to go there. The food is really good, the waiters are nice and the location is amazing. Enjoy! :)
We sat on the terrace looking out onto Haifa Bay. Sadly there is a lot more trash dumped in the water than when we were here over ten years ago. We had the mezze and the spicy grilled fish (Harame). The mixed dishes in the...More