Jerusalem Post, May 15, 2015
The Scots Hotel in Tiberias was established by the Church of Scotland on the site of the historic Scottish Hospital. Today, there is a glittery, delicious culinary world within, ensconced in a tranquil garden with limestone walls and a lovely sea view.
The weekend brunch at the Scots Hotel proves that Scottish breakfasts (or at least the blend of the Scottish and Israeli) can challenge Israeli-owned luxury hotels for their hegemony over extravagant, mouth-watering breakfasts.
Not that the Scots buffet is that extravagant. It serves just the right amount and just the right variety of salads, hot dishes and desserts so that you don’t overly stuff your face but do not feel deprived, either.