[Magdalena has become a favorite among Israeli travelers, and for good reason. In an area where the dining options can be hit or miss, the dishes here are memorably delicious. We’re talking Galilean fare, but with a contemporary twist, like tabouleh with candied pumpkin and labneh, lamb-stuffed Levantine pasta in a yogurt sauce perfumed with saffron, or classic grilled meats and fish with sides such as freekeh (toasted wheat salad), or truffled potato puree. If you’re hungry and feel like a culinary splurge, opt for the eight-course tasting menu (priced at NIS 349 per person). A la carte options available, too.