the breakfast menu is excellent, and a great value. The musli was awesome, as are the fresh pressed juices.
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The place has a great relaxed atmosphere. We were in for a Saturday breakfast, and the food was good (though not exceptional). I had the spinach Shakshuka which I thought was very good. Service was friendly and cheerful. The bill was reasonably priced. Fun place
Very special small bistro where we had dinner at shabbat. Fresh food, vegan options and very nice staff.
We were a group of 4 couples for a breakfast and coffee on the Passover holiday. For those who don't know, some restaurants do not serve bread on the holiday- but we were informed when we reserved the tables that they do serve bread. We...More
Many people recommended this place. I see why! It is very stylish and has a good vibe. I was solo and offered a table or seat at the bar. I took the bar for company. There were mostly locals there, a few hotel guests. All...More
During our 11 days in Israel, this was our first non-buffet hotel breakfast. It was a real treat to order off a menu and get table service. My wife and I had 4 breakfasts and found everything we ordered to be wonderful. They also were...More
Came for brunch on a Saturday, as early as they let non-hotel guests in and we were taken by surprise. The menu online is completely different than the actual menu, which is significantly shorter. I wanted french toast, they had no bread, the green shakshuka...More