one of the more hidden and pleasant coffee places in the city. serves decent food and has a nice outdoor sitting area
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Lame breakfast: tired salad which looked and tasted like it'd been kept if the fridge overnight, packaged yellow cheese, supermarket tinned tune all served on the same plate For the same price 47NIS you could go TheStreets, Cafe Landver and get a good breakfast smartly...More
Overall this is a descent place to be in a warmy evening in Tel Aviv. The food is nice enough, the location - kind of a secret garden its awesome, and the prices are average. The downside here, besides the dirty smelly bathroom, is the...More
Tel Aviv doesn't offer too many options when it comes to cafes with gardens, and this makes this place special. Located just behind one of the busiest streets in town, you will find a quiet spot there, shade and a good food.
Unfortunately, a terrible experience. A cute garden cafe, ruined by terrible management and service. After getting up to hail a waiter 20 minutes into sitting, our breakfast (finally) arrived wrong (ok, that happens). 10 minutes later our "fixed" breakfast comes, with the same exact eggs,...More
Last week I wen there and ordered a salad and added chicken. Total cost was around 57 ils. The salad comes out in a tiny bowl with half the ingredients missing. Their reasoning was that they have a new chef and he forgot to add...More
The different types of shakshuka are a break from the usual, good soup and bread. Don't miss it--and it's near Carmel outdoor market.
What a cool find. I was brought here by a friend and it was so nice to sit outside in the shade amongst the hot summer sun. The birds were tweeting and it felt very much like a cool back yard. The food was divine....More
Sonya is a special Tel Aviv cafe. The garden vibe and hipster-like atmosphere bring the youth and joyfulness of the city to life. The menu options are varied and tasty and classically Israeli. However, as someone who has frequented this cafe for years and even...More