Coffee Shop Restaurants
Coffee shops offer light meals, sandwiches, toastim, salads and drinks. The coffee is usually high end and there are lovely desserts. You can count on coffee shops for a good breakfast sometimes served throughout the day.
Coffee shops are nice places to visit when you want just a snack or a light meal. We love to meet friends at coffee shops where we are not expected to eat too much or spend too much. These are some nice coffee shops.
Rozalia - 1 Chayim Shturman, Beit Shean 04-6453366
The Rozalia Cafť and Bakery is just a stoneís throw from the Beit Shean National Park, in a preserved building clad in the local black stone typical of the area. Inside, the ceramics, chandeliers, wooden beams and long windows all make for a charming and warm atmosphere, complemented by the friendly and professional staff. When the weather permits, you can sit outside and look out at the Beit Shean antiquities.
Chava and Chana, who have a passion for creating beautifully crafted, precision made desserts, breads, cakes, pastries, you name it; have spared no effort in planning and designing this cafť, and it shows. On a daily basis, they continue to invest in preparing uncommonly tasty food.
Cafe Michael - 26 Halamed Hey St, Jerusalem 02-5639999
Cafe Michael in Jerusalem's Katamon is a neighborhood cafe. No need to fancy up and go into the city. Cafe Michael will welcome you in your slippers.
This neighborhood cafe offers light tasty foods, lovely desserts and coffee. There is a relaxed and inviting atmospere, homemade desserts, air conditioning and access comfortable staying you just come to treat yourself well.
Cafe Neto - 18 Hasivim St, Petach-Tikva 03-9233131
"This great chain of coffee shops deserves a kosher branch." Said a couple of young dati fellahs, and so this kosher branch of Cafe Neto was born. The cafe was expanded, and invested and now it is a spacious and comfortable place to enjoy light and delicious dairy foods. There is indoor and outdoor seating on the deck overlooking the garden. There is comfortable space between tables and the restaurant has plenty of room for groups or couples. This is certainly one of the nicest restaurants in the chain.
Enjoy soups, sandwiches, toastim, breakfasts and more at Cafe Neto. The cafe has wireless Internet access so bring your laptop and work while you dine. This is a great cafe experience.
Bread & Breakfast - Giron Center, Ra'anana 09-7728340
Bread and Breakfast is located in Raanana's Giron Center on Jabotinsky Street. The restaurant is large and inviting, with one hour free underground parking.
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Cafe Neto Raanana - 198 Ahuza St. Golan Center, Ra'anana 09-7711453
The Raanana branch of this popular chain is the second kosher branch and it is certainly one of the most pleasant. There is ample seating indoors in the sleek and modern restaurant and very comfortable and spacious seating outdoors on the covered deck. There is very convenient underground parking during the day and street parking at night.
The menu includes breakfasts, salads, toastim, sandwiches, quiches, and other dairy delights. Be sure to enjoy a cup of delicious Cafe Neto coffee right along with your sandwich or salad. And if you are so inclined, the restaurant has yummy cakes and baked goods in a display case, just waiting for you.
Shany - 5 Jabotinsky St, Ramat-Gan 03-5090414
For almost 50 years shany was known in Northern Israel for its gorgeous European style baked goods. Now Shany is expanding its menu to include coffee shop fare and branches are opening in central israel. We are ready for ya, Shany.
Shany Bakery has a large dairy Kosher menu (pasta, Pai, Salads, and specials of fish) along with over 200 types of cakes and bakery items to enjoy.
Bakers - 3 Nafcha St, Tel-Aviv/Jaffa 03-6771770
Bakerís is a French patisserie in the heart of Tel Aviv, specializing in yummy breads, baguettes, pastries and croissants. These beautiful delectables are handmade, in house, under the baton of pastry chef and restaurant partner Alex.
French folks from far and wide flock to Bakerís Patisserie for the real thing. Time Out Tel Aviv magazine numbers Bakerís among the 10 best patisseries in Tel Aviv, kosher and non-kosher. Achbar Hair called Bakerís the best croissants in Tel Aviv. Click here for more info.
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