Eran, the owner of La Pampa, is a talented cook, born in Argentina and raised with Argentinian cuisine in a food-loving family. He combines his childhood dishes with local Galilean touches to make his own special courses.
La Pampa is named after the Argentinian province and its meaning is grasslands and nature. The province is known for its unique and wild nature, cattle growing, and excellent meat.
Galilean atmosphere, serene surroundings, and easy pace make the visit into a special experience.
La Pampa serves Argentinian starters such as empanadas and chorizos alongside Galilean ones and, naturally, main courses of meats that spend hours in the meat-smoker.
Booking events, based on the restaurant’s menu, are also available.