On the waterfront

Chef Amos Sion strives for excellence at Caesarea’s Helena restaurant.

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Photo by: BOAZ LAVI
Overlooking the blue Mediterranean and ancient restored port of Caesarea is the Helena Restaurant. There, diners may choose from a rich menu of aged meat and seafood, Israeli wines, and dishes rounded out with seasonal vegetables.

Chef Amos Sion takes full advantage of the fabulous ingredients available locally. The best of fish, meat and produce are carried into his kitchen daily. His passion is developing dishes that savor of salt air, the season, and the culinary character of the Galilee.

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