Above: Shakshuka, a typical Israeli breakfast dish. Here’s how to make a really good Shakshuka by our friend Delphine.
Neot Hakikar is strategically located in the middle of the nothingness. Therefore, food options are pretty limited. So, to get you all set, here’s all you need to know about meals while at the Moshav!
Meals by the pool
Koty is happy to offer you breakfast, lunch and an early dinner at the swimming pool kiosk in Neot Hakikar. No need to book, just head directly to the swimming pool. On the menu: burger and fries, hot-dogs, chicken nuggets, Greek salad, Jachnun, and more. Koty also serves ice creams, coffee, beer and soft drinks.
- Sun-Fri: 10:00-12:00, 15:00-18:00
- Sat: 10:00-18:00
Cook your own!
Most accommodations in the moshav have an equipped kitchen, so there’s also the option of cooking you own meals. To shop for groceries, visit either the grocery store Alonir in Ein Tamar (3 min drive, has ATM) or the grocery store in Neot Hakikar.
Alonir (Ein Tamar) openning times:
- Sunday-Thursday 8:00-13:00, 17:00-20:30
- Friday 8:00-14:00
- Saturday: 17:00-20:30
Ein Bokek dining options
20-25 minutes away is the Ein Bokek region by the dead sea. There, you will find restaurants and cafes like Taj Mahal Bar and Restaurant, Cafe Cafe, Beefpoint, and various hotel restaurants. There’s even a McDonald’s, in case you get really desperate! Quality is not guaranteed 🙂