Traditional Dinner - Bedouin Hafla
The Bedouin hosts, dressed in white Jalabiyas, welcome the guests and invite them to sit on soft, comfortable mattresses. The guests are seated in a circular fashion around the Sania (a large tray). In the center of the Sania is the Magluba- a rice and vegetable dish served on thin pita breads. Accompanying the Sania are different salads: Arabic vegetable salad, thick tahini salad, cabbage salad, home made pickles and thick Pourna Pita bread with Za'atar (hyssop herb) and olive oil.
Shortly afterwards, you will be served grilled meats: Kfar Hanokdim's special homemade Kebab and crispy chicken wings.
All the dishes are lavish, in accordance with Bedouin hospitality.
As your Bedouin host notices that you have finished your meal, fruits, Bedouin tea spiced with desert herbs and coffee will be served.
Dinner is served until 08:30pm.
Meals may be served as a buffet during Fridays and Holidays.