Israeli Breakfast

By Jamie • Uncategorized • 19 Oct 2015

I love the cafe life in Tel Aviv. Especially on hot summer days, I’ll find myself cafe hopping, meeting a few friends along the way, enjoying good conversation.

Cappuccino, or AfuH, is extra tasty in Israel- I’m convinced it’s the creamy milk. But maybe it just tastes so good because of the atmosphere. Either way, nothing pairs better with AfuH than Israeli breakfast, which is on just about any cafe menu in Israel.

Israeli breakfast is some combination of toasty bread, omelet, salad, and lots of spreads. Spreads usually are tuna salad, nutella, cream cheese or labneh, tehina, and jam. It’s a perfect meal to split and snack while you do work, chat, or people watch.

Below are photos of a lovely cafe breakfast at Java, at the corner of Ben Yehuda and Jabotinski. Besides the Israeli breakfast, we split ricotta berry french toast.

Being there, eating this food, enjoying the fall morning breeze under a shedding tree- it was so special, such a treat.

One Response

  1. Amir Cahn

    This food looks really tasty. Have you heard of the dish shakashukka? Can you provide a recipe for that?

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