At restaurants that serve regional cuisine, you can try original dishes from vegetables and legumes. An unusual treat is “Tzimmes”, a sweet stew prepared with no fruit or sweet ingredients. They cook it from vegetables and legumes, the most common components are carrots, chickpeas, and beans. Speaking of traditional cuisine, it is worth noting the variety of sweet and savory pastries. You can try puff pastry pies at restaurants of any level. The most original type of pastry is Jachnun - small sweet rolls made of puff pastry.
The formation of local cuisine was greatly influenced by the Arabian traditions. A vivid reminder of this is the popular appetizer "hummus" made from mashed potatoes and chickpeas. To make this paste more savory, they also add a little garlic and lemon juice. Hummus is usually served with small tortillas made from beans or chickpeas. Nazareth restaurants also offer their guests original fish dishes. It is noteworthy that in local gastronomy it is customary to cook only those types of fish that have scales. Such an unusual tradition originated under the influence of religious canons.
Of particular interest to gourmets are restaurants that adhere to kashrut - a set of ancient Jewish laws that define cooking traditions. According to these rules, it's not allowed to mix meat and milk, they must also be served separately. The ancient traditions of cooking have many interesting features.