Calm and lovely place with good food and very nice people running that restaurant. Cosy terrace. Go and chill :)
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Hakatze is a classic hole-in-the-wall kind of place. No ambiance whatsoever, but the food is prepared fresh daily and you can't go wrong here. As a vegan, I was able to fill up on hearty lentil soup, hummus, and salad. All for 60 shekels.
This place serves homecooked meals that taste like home. Good hearty and solid meals. You can dine indoors or outside - outdoors is wonderful in the summer. Great breeze and good to see the expanse from the front. The backyard has low slung couches to...More
Despite some recent exclusiveness in this region, this place stands rather more down-to-earth both in quality and pricing. The dishes are all freshly home made styled food, we enjoyed not only these large plates of home food, but also a bit of shanty atmosphere. There...More
Stopped on the way south with my wife. Happy to find the same homcooking. We noticed menu changes on the board whilst we were eating as different fresh food was prepared. Goulash and spicey chicken were very good. We were even contemplating taking with us...More
A very friendly and relaxed family run restaurant in Mitzpe Ramon. The food was good and priced fairly for what it is/where it is.
We (group of 4 people) visit this restaurant on the last Saturday, we ordered: couscous, goulash, hummus, and gahnon(Yemen dish) 1.hummus - Stay away!! it's the worse i ever tasted in Israel(and i tasted many) 30ILS batter buy in the supermarket 2.gahnon - industrial frozen...More
Not sure what the hebrew term is for captive market but Hakatze is a classic example of one. The food, simple home cooking (chicken and rice/ cuscous and chicken etc) is fine but not at a 45% mark-up on similar food in T.A or Jerusalem...More
hi Please do not judge Our prices, before you yourself open a tourist / restaurant business in Mitzpe Ramon we do not change our prices only for the weekend for captive market Our price stays the same even in the middle of the week, even...More