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Little Tiberias is a quality chef-restaurant with a menu featuring gourmet French Mediterranean cuisine. The restaurant is located inside a building that forms part of the ancient city wall of Tiberias and that dates back to Roman times. Its special setting, as well as the beautifully planned interior, grant Little Tiberias an exclusive European atmosphere, like a little French Riviera on the shore of the Sea of Galilee.The restaurant is family-owned, and was opened by Rafi, the head of the family and the founder. The whole family are culinary specialists, with generations of acquired knowledge. They are headed by the restaurant's chef, David Oudiz, whose kitchen produces excellent original
We came here on vacation, and roamed around looking for a good restaurant to eat at. Little Tiberias has a variety of cuisines and food options. Their service is extraordinary and the employees are patient, kind, and respectful. In conclusion, this restaurant is definitely worth...a visit. The food is amazing, and the food comes to your table within 5-7 minutes of ordering. It’s worth a visit :)More
Dropped in with the family for an early dinner on tues, during corona virus. We were the only people on the place. We ordered and things went fine until a local couple came in. We were immediately pretty much ignored while they proceeded to boss...the lone waitress around, waving bottles, pointing at things loudly, etc. The staff was more than happy to accommodate, and as the service they provided to this couple was unbelievable. Meanwhile we had to ask for the check multiple times, and were kept waiting. Quite surprising for a Higher end restaurant in a tourist town. The food was excellent though. We had the filet, denis, and a pasta dish. All were great. it’s a shame we left with a bit of a bad taste.More
I first ate at Little Tiberias in 1992; the ambience was nice then, and it is nice now, 28 years later, especially inside. The steaks, sea bream fillet and whole baked lavrak fish were very good, beer was cold, roasted vegetables nicely done. Seafood portions...were small, but flavorful. Service was also very good - the waitress spoke all three languages we needed! and was very accommodating and sweet. It is a bit pricey, but not out of line with prices in the area for the good quality.More
Went with a big group for lunch on weekday afternoon. Service accommodated our group of 14 with timely service and friendly care. Everyone got a mixture of Mediterranean choices for lunch - including pasta and were not disappointed. Generally skip Tiberias when traveling this area...but this restaurant was actually very good!More
We are a family of 5 who dined in this recommended restaurant by our Airbnb owner on Valentines Day 2/14/2020. A reservation was made in advance by the Airbnb owner. I was excited as it ranked #2 on TA. First of all, the restaurant was...hard to find as the sign is so small. Our reservation was for 6pm and since we got lost, we arrived at 6:10pm. The 3 staff ladies were not aware of any reservations for us but “allowed” us to be seated outside the main dining area. We were not given an option to go inside and I looked and there were empty tables. It took about 10 minutes before a lady gave us a menu. The staff weren’t friendly and warm at all. The menu wasn’t extensive so it was easy for us to make our choices. I had the bream fish fillet which had bones in it. The shrimp spaghetti was good I must say. Nobody asked us how we were doing through the meal. It seemed that they couldn’t wait for us to finish. Well, we couldn’t wait to get out of there too. I must say, we dined in Manta Ray in Tel Aviv and Uri Buri in Akko, the staff there were very warm and friendly. They explained the menu and introduced their names.
I would not recommend this restaurant to my friends if they visit Tiberias.More
Twenty-four people of our group recently had a delightful dining experience at this great restaurant. All were especially impressed with the service and most of all the food which was prepared to perfection and the presentation was impressive. I highly recommend this restaurant! You will...not be disappointed!More