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Matityahu Resto-Bar

Matityahu Resto-Bar

Matityahu Resto-Bar – Eat, Drink, Relax, Repeat

Food is a fun integral activity of any vacation! If you want to enjoy a good meal in a friendly atmosphere…look no further! Pop into Matityahu, a stylish resto-bar, located right here at  Almog Suites Eilat. The varied menu includes individually assembled salads, brioche burger, schnitzel ciabatta, Neapolitan pizza, fries and more! Matityahu’s bar also offers a fantastic and refreshing cocktail menu which complements the breeze in Eilat. Bon Appetite!

  • Kosher under the supervision of Eilat Rabbinate
  • Opening Hours: 12:00-16:00. Holidays 10:00-16:00.
  • Mixed salads suitable for vegans and vegetarians are available.

Activity time:
from 12:00 to 16:00.
On holidays: from 10:00 to 16:00.

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Matityahu Menu


Individual self-assembled salad served with house dressings | 35 NIS

Bell peppers, tomato, mushrooms, red onion, cucumber, Kalamata olives, pasta.

Extras: Bulgarian cheese, tuna, hard-boiled egg | 6 NIS (per topping)

Extra: Chicken breast | 15 NIS

Main Dishes

Brioche Burger 55 NIS

220 grams of beef, house sauce, lettuce, tomato, cornichon & red onion served with fries.

Toppings: Onion marmalade, fried mushrooms/onions, fried egg | 6 NIS

Ciabatta / Schnitzel Crust | 49 NIS

Served with fries and the house sauce.


Neapolitan pizza | 41 NIS

Topped with tomato sauce, fresh basil & mozzarella.

Toppings: Kalamata olives, tomato, red onion, mushrooms, spicy pepper | 6 NIS.


Pool Snacks

Fries – Small 18 NIS | Large 32 NIS

Matityahu Shmulevitz (1920-1995)

“Every individual deserves to live a life of love and freedom’’ … this motto guided Matityahu Shmulevitz throughout his life, as a man who loved freedom and lived by it to the fullest. Dedicated to Matityahu, our restaurant’s name reflects his belief that if you can sit at the bar with someone you love, you should appreciate and cherish the moment.

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