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A cafe review:Bakers Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is full of charming cafes,which makes choosing one sometimes a bit difficult,but I do have some favorites,and one of them is the French style patisserie -boulangerie cafe Bakers; in the heart of the city,on a small quiet street just next to a busier one. Their terrace is facing a park,and offers a quiet and pleasant retreat from the busy city.

You can start your morning early at Bakers with their Israeli style breakfast: 2 eggs as you like,good coffee and freshly squeezed juice ,delicious bread,a platter with different spreads and a bowl of salad.

Their coffee,by Diemme,is really good,so stopping there for a cup of coffee and some pastry will make you want to come there over and over. The terrace ,with the view to the park,is such a pleasant place to spend an hour or two.

Everything at Bakers is baked on premises,in the bakery just below the cafe and pastry shop. The pastries and breads are really good there.

For lunch you can have a salad,or soup , a quiche or maybe pasta. All delicious. No wonder I keep returning there… The service too is friendly and makes you feel welcome.So if you are in Tel Aviv,do visit Bakers at Nafha Street 3,near the busy Shenkin street.


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Jael, a Finnish food and travel blogger who lives next to Tel Aviv. I have previously lived also in Venezuela and USA. I love to write about the fantastic food scene of Tel Aviv but also about other things in this enegetic city.



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