Best Za'atar pita in the entire Tel Aviv or even Israel !!!!! I highly recommend it to everyone. Also delicious doughnuts !
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After walking around with the Sandeman Walking Tour, we couldn’t help but notice the smell of yeast in the air. We decided to stop by after. It’s located in the same square as the clock tower. They present their baked goods inside a glass shelves...More
After arriving in Israel, this bakery was our first experience of Israeli food - and it was wonderful. We selected one of each of the pastries displayed in the window and set up a communial lunch spread. Everything was fresh, warm and tasty. Highly recommended.
We made this a daily stop for bread. It has character. Some bread they will reheat....because it needs to be....you'll understand when you buy here. All delicious. Tasted fresh to my family. A real taste to Jaffa. Al be it a tab pricey....but in general...More
This "on the run" food establishment has been there for over 50 years but the food has evolved, changed and no longer provides the amazing freshness and taste it used to provide. Most foods are reheated in the tabun oven but cannot deliver the original...More
had to settle for a few baklava. This is a legendary old place--very busy--do not expect great service--just point and purchase, you won't be disappointed.
It's probably the worst food and service we experienced in our 10 days in Israel. There was no atmosphere either.
When going to the old city-port (Jaffa), you have to stop at this place and eat Baklava: the options are so many, that is impossible to decide, therefore get one of each... One of the best I ever had.
Everyone in Israel knows "Lafia". 24-hour streetside window bakery has been located at the same corner in Jaffa since 1879. It specialises in anything to do with dough. There is a dazzling variety, plain, dressed or stuffed, makes no difference, it is all so good....More
We stayed in Jaffa and came here every morning to try some type of new bread product, and loved them all. They also sell sweets and croissant type things. However the best things we ate were the flat breads and the zaatar one in particular.