Dead Sea Restaurants
Kosher: Yes, without certification
Open Saturdays: Yes
Price range: Reasonable
Address: Kibbutz Beit Haarava
Lido Inn is one of the most popular rest stops in Israel, and a must for all visitors on their way to the Dead Sea. Here, you'll find Dead Sea cosmetic products, various consumer items at the small grocery store in the building, dried dates that are grown and manufactured locally, freshly-squeezed juices, coffee and baked goods, and of course, a vast selection of dishes ranging from small or large breakfasts to midnight snacks for visitors who arrive at any hour of the day or night.
- Open 24 hours a day
- Lido offers endless meal options
- The restaurant serves sandwiches and grilled cheese (14-35 NIS); breakfasts consisting of eggs, vegetable salad, cream cheese, Bulgarian or gouda cheese, freshly-squeezed juice or coffee (39 NIS); coarsely chopped hummus, hummus with broad beans, hummus with meat; stuffed pastries; borekas served with hard-boiled eggs and tahini; Greek salad, tuna salad and more (15-39 NIS). The main dishes on the menu include kebab, sausages, chicken cutlets, chicken breasts, chicken steaks, mixed grilled meat and more, served in homemade baguettes, pita bread, Bedouin-style pita, or on a plate (served with rice or French fries, 39-69 NIS).
- The inn is owned by Kibbutz Beit Haarava and has been expertly managed by Kibbutz resident Galit Adika for the last two years.
- Lido Inn, open Sunday-Saturday, 24 hours a day.