We were actually hunting down this place as some relatives had been here before and they were quite happy. It is located on top of a concrete multi-story building in the slopes of Sefad. Not the most charming setting, but the restaurant sports an indoor and an outdoor area, both with spectacular views towards south, west and north.
We ordered grilled St Peter fish with chips. It was OK, but rather soggy chips and very slow service. Also rather pricey for what we got.
We would not go back for a meal, but probably for a beer next time in Sefad. But then again, perhaps the owners have made changes to the service and improved the attention for the food.
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