Archive for May 14th, 2012

Dinner

Lafa

We took our daughter, son-in-law, and granddaughter out for dinner in Be’er Sheva.  The house specialty is their lafa (a type of flat bread) and grilled meat on skewers.  They have a dozen types of salads that are served all at once as the appetizer, with unlimited refills.

Some of the many spicy pickled and fresh salads

Another nice touch is that the waitress announces not only what menu choices are available, but also which kosher hechsher is associated with each particular kind of meat (chicken, lamb, beef, and turkey).

Check out the menu, especially the listing in the second row from the bottom! (click on the photo and then click again to enlarge)

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If you want to know how to convert prices from shekels to dollars, divide the shekel amount by 3.77 (that day’s exchange rate).

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