Since 1965, visitors and locals in Netanya have been enjoying traditional Libyan Jewish cuisine at Chacho, one of the most well-known Tripolitanian restaurants in the country. While it began as a simple stand on the lively Netanya market, Chacho has been extended to a trendy shopping center in the industrial area in the southern section of the city. Located between a high-end Asian restaurant and a hamburger chain, the new Chacho has the same excellent food, along with better accessibility and a more relaxed vibe. You come here for the very good meat brochettes and steaks, but instead, you should try one of the dishes that have made the place famous. Try mafrum, the spicy chopped beef stuffed in a potato, or the beans with chard, and don’t forget the couscous which will absorb the sauces. None of these dishes is especially complex but they are simple and copious, consistently tasty and enjoyable.