Sami and Susu is a simple workers' restaurant with vermeric tables and wooden chairs. On the walls is embroidery from Romania that the founder Marcel Lerer brought with him, when he immigrated to Israel in 1964, and circles resembling beer barrels with advertisements for Goldstar beer.
Sami and Susu was the first restaurant in Beersheba to serve beer and meat by weight. It has been frequented by celebrities, including actors, singers, and politicians.
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