St. Peter’s Restaurant

While in Israel back in 2017 we all went to eat at St. Peter’s Restaurant on the north shore of the Sea of Galilee.

st. peter's restaurant, galilee, fish, food, israel cuisineWhat do you think we had for lunch?

st. peter's restaurant, galilee, fish, food, israel cuisineFirst we had a nice salad.

St. Peter's Fish, St. Peter's Restaurant, Sea of GalileeThen I had the dish that the restaurant is best known for. A nice whole fish.

st. peter's restaurant, galilee, fish, food, israel cuisineI slowly cleaned all the meat off of the bones,

St. Peter's Fish, Whole Fish, Sea of Galileeand ended up with a nice plate full of bones, fins and the tail.

The fish was delicious, and I really enjoyed the company I had for the meal. Not everyone tried the whole fish. Some just can’t stand having a fish looking back at you.

Since I have eaten many whole fishes in my travel in Asia, it was no problem for me 🙂

Would you have ordered the whole fish?

Steven

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2 Responses to St. Peter’s Restaurant

  1. A small fish yes.

    On Monday, October 25, 2021, Braman’s Wanderings wrote:

    > vanbraman posted: “While in Israel back in 2017 we all went to eat at St. > Peter’s Restaurant on the north shore of the Sea of Galilee. What do you > think we had for lunch? First we had a nice salad. Then I had the dish that > the restaurant is best known for. A nice w” >

  2. St. Peter’s Restaurant

    On Monday, October 25, 2021, Braman’s Wanderings wrote:

    > vanbraman posted: “While in Israel back in 2017 we all went to eat at St. > Peter’s Restaurant on the north shore of the Sea of Galilee. What do you > think we had for lunch? First we had a nice salad. Then I had the dish that > the restaurant is best known for. A nice w” >

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