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The word 'coffee' comes from the Arabic word "قهوة - qahwah". The drinking of coffee as a hot beverage developed in the Ottoman Empire. (qahwa - قهوة عربية ). Constructions such as "Egyptian coffee," "Syrian coffee," "Lebanese coffee," and "Iraqi coffee" draw a distinction in the flavor, preparation. The coffee is boiled "cooked" and served at the morning and after dinner and also for Guests as welcome drink!

Featured Places

Explorer featured places in Nazareth

  • Coffe Shop, IceCream, Espresso ... Enjoy The Taste With Penguin Spending a Good Time With Friends...
  • Kahloon Restaurant is located behind Mary's well front of the greek orthodox church , allowing visitors to enjoy the atmosphere of Nazareth in heart of the old city.
  • Sabah W Masa one of the famous restaurants in Nazareth its located just behind Mary's Well, with a view to the front of the greek orthodox church.
  • The New Dante Restaurant Located in middle of merry's well square front of the greek orthodox church.An excellent restaurant.
  • Mama Salt Room & Cafe located front of the Greek Orthodox church.  

Taste and Drink Places

Taste and Drink places in Nazareth

Taste and Drink
Albasha Restaurant and cafe Located in the middle of the casanova street, the way to The Basilica of the Annunciation.
 
Kahloon Restaurant is located behind Mary's well front of the greek orthodox church , allowing visitors to enjoy the atmosphere of Nazareth in heart of the old city.
Kitaabon book art Cafe and Gallery, is a unique restaurant located in the center of Nazareth near the Church of the Annunciation and the Old City.
 
Mama Salt Room & Cafe located front of the Greek Orthodox church.
 
Coffe Shop, IceCream, Espresso ...
Enjoy The Taste With Penguin Spending a Good Time With Friends...
Sabah W Masa one of the famous restaurants in Nazareth its located just behind Mary's Well, with a view to the front of the greek orthodox church.