Get your croissant fix at these Tel Aviv bakeries
Working throughout the night, the staff of Lehamim Bakery starts to create their delicious and precisely made breads when all of us still dream. With separate locations in Tel Aviv, these elegantly designed bakeries are the perfect place to pick up the latest fresh items while also stopping and sipping a fresh and well made cup of coffee. Featuring loaves of bread casually sitting on simple white shelves, it's like walking into a closet full of heavenly gluten glory.
Located in the enchanting Neve Tsedek neighborhood, this cozy bakery is known as one of the very best in town. Incredible French pastries with Israeli twists line the vitrine, boasting a selection of perfectly shaped eclairs, mini-size cakes and colorful sandwiches. Opt for savory quiches or the fluffy croissants—this place is the ultimate destination for quality hand-made pastries and classic cakes made to perfection.
This classic French patisserie offers a wide selection of melt-in-your-mouth buttery croissants, chocolate eclairs, lemon meringues and savory quiches in addition to aromatic coffee. The next best thing to eating in Paris, the pastry chefs behind La Bonne Patisserie are skilled in the fine art of baking. Take it from the multitude of French expats who rave on La Bonne Patisserie's social media pages about their tasty treats. Known for having some of the best sufganiyot come Channukah time, it’s worth stopping in to sample all their seasonal fares. Treat your taste buds right and come in for a quick bite or a box of joy to bring home to your family.
Café Mersand has been a Tel Aviv fixture since they opened their doors in 1955, with the decor and recipes remaining constant since then. The place was designed by a Hungarian architect, aiming to recreate a classic European café. Along with aromatic coffee, Café Mersand serves up treats including raisin or brownie cheesecake, poppyseed cake and a Turkish breakfast that includes couscous, cheese, eggs and halvah. Part of the charm lies in the eclectic guests of Café Mersand: a mix of the old and the young, businessmen, musicians, hipsters, locals and tourists.
Take a break from the Tel Aviv lifestyle for a little taste of Parisian bliss. This French bakery features delicious fresh baked goods, including breads, pastries and sandwiches, as well as aromatic coffee. Known for their delicious croissants, baguettes and cinnamon rolls, Le Moulin is a great place to stop in for a quick or leisurely breakfast, or to pick up something to bring home. Le Moulin has both indoor and outdoor seating, so you can enjoy the café no matter the weather. With goods being made in a traditional stone oven, Le Moulin’s service and quality never disappoint.