After a full day of exploring the Dead Sea area, we arrived at the Ein Bokek Hotel enclave, with its tourist traps and shopping mall where you could buy the same dead sea products in thirty different stores. Found the Beef Point outside the shopping mall. The only seating is outdoors, on a deck overlooking a construction site and the red mountains across the dead sea in Jordan. The wait or service on the not so clean deck, was made easier by watching a few kittens playing around with steak bones. The waiter told us that what we had wanted to order was no longer available (during an early mid-week evening, with only two other occupied tables). So we ordered the default, Humus, and Humus with mushrooms. We were served "industrial Humus" drowning in oil. The heated up Pita bread, was the best thing about the meal, as was the cold beer. The Chocolate Fondue, and Bavarian Cream for desert were let half eaten, as was the coffee. The prices were much too high for the fare, making it a touris trap for a captive public of tourists whose main alternative to this establishment is their resort hotel (Kosher) food. A Big MISS, give it a wide berth!
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