In restaurant Sanklish, they decided to be simple. It means to be genuine - it's who you are and what you are. The restaurant's name Shanklish means a traditional Arab dish ubiquitous in the north of Israel, Syria and Lebanon. However, the spice component is different and constitutes a local peculiarity that can be very different between the Upper Galilee and the Jerusalem mountains. Shanklish is made from ripe strained yoghurt, white cheese and seasoned with a unique spice blend as authentic to the region. Preparation of Sanklish takes two days, requires a lot of attention and patience. The professionalism is not to cross the fine line between sourness and vinegar and not turn a refined dish into something one cannot eat.