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Ha'Nitzachon

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Misadat Ha'Nitzachon

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Basic Information

Location Herzl Street 32, Ashkelon, Israel
Phone number 08-6751200
Country Israel
City Ashqelon

General Information

Open to visitors no
Need appointment no
Handicap accessibility no
Geographical Coordinates 31.66408,34.58667

Summary

In 1949, immediately after the War of Independence, Ishaiyahu Liboshor opened Ha'Nitzachon, which translates to 'Victory'. Born to a family of butchers, he quickly reverted to his roots and transformed his coffee shop into a full Romanian restaurant. Here exotic dishes such as ciorba soup, okra dumplings, and much more can be found. The homely atmosphere and delicious food has people coming to visit from all around. Amongst the regular diners, one will often find soldiers and generals enjoying a meal. The staff at Ha'Nitzachon have all worked there for many years and prove their dedication to the restaurant and profession day after day.

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Country

Israel

City

Ashqelon


Affiliation

Ashkenaz