Israeli restaurants in The Negev
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Enjoy delicious home-style grill dishes such as meatballs with aubergine and couscous at this friendly restaurant in the industrial zone. There are no real vegetarian options but the owner will happily bring out salad, hummus and oven-hot pita if you ask. The library in the next room has every Marxist/feminist/anti-globalisation handbook there is translated into Hebrew, but also some English magazines that can be read on the couches out the back.
Located next to the visitors centre, the inviting HaHavit (Barrel) serves up huge portions of fresh salad, soups, sandwiches and pasta dishes. On Tuesday nights, young soldiers leave their Uzis in the corner and dance up a storm. By the way, it's not the well-stocked bar making you drunk; those views are for real.