Dona Rosa an excellent Argentinean restaurant located on the village`s central square, where in the past the only total caft stood as a gathering place for artists and visitors engaging in discussions and festivities into the night.
The establishment is named after the grandmother of its owners, the Rautfteisch brothers, whose Argentinean roots and savoir faire are felt in the succulent meat (imported from Argentina), in the warm courteous service and in the joyful atmosphere which reigns here, The grill was brought over from Argentina - as well as the grill man and the coal, which allows Argentinean-style slow burning.
Fillets, entrecotes, rum steaks and other tender and juicy parts are served on mini grills brought to the heavy wood tables.
In tune with their Jewish roots as well as with the modern Argentinean trends, their menu also offers "varinikes" (traditional Ashkenazi dumplings) and a variety of gnocchi and pasta.
Every Friday evening the terrace hosts live acoustic musical shows, The stone houses around Ein Hod center piazza are lit up and the atmosphere is romantic and delightful.
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