The most loved fish restaurant in Eilat, in business for more than 3 decades, was first opened in Naama Beach of Sharm el Sheikh. Following Israel's withdrawal of Sinai, the restaurant moved to a new location in Eilat's Almog Beach, where it resides to this day.
A picturesque boat dock is revealed from the large glass windows, with seagulls hovering above, as the beautiful lights of Jordan's Aqaba collide with the hypnotizing blue color of the Red Sea.
The Last Refuge restaurant's space includes an internal area entirely dedicated to sea, with fishing nets hanging from the ceiling, blue & white sailor's maps covering the tables, and an impressive collection of sea related items decorating the walls.
The Last Refuge's kitchen staff uses the freshest, highest quality of sea products. The restaurant's menu includes starters such as mussels in vegetables or garlic and cream sauce; seafood in dips and reach sauces; a huge selection of fish made in a variety of cooking methods (grilled, steamed, fried and oven baked); and different types of soups such as crab soup, fish soup, seafood soup and others – all served with a wine list.
The Last Refuge invites you to enjoy the best fish meal in Eilat.