Lovely cafe with a cozy atmosphere. You can sit outdoors or in one of the quaint rooms, one looking out huge windows to the garden. The vegan breakfast (at a very reasonable price considering that juice and coffee with soy milk is included) is one of the best and includes a delicious "omelet" made with chickpea flour, salad, crusty bread, and very unusual and tasty spreads. There are fresh-squeezed juices available, including orange and carrot and you can add ginger as well. Another Israeli breakfast option is "shakshouka," a sizzling pan of tomatoes, peppers and eggplant in a spicy tomato sauce with tofu for vegans or eggs for vegetarians. Breakfast is served all day!
Also, there's a nice selection of interesting salads, and one vegan sandwich. Main courses include vegetarian pasta dishes, and for vegans there's a lentil ragu with either tofu or seitan. The yummy vegan dessert options are chocolate chip cookies or a huge chocolate-peanut butter brownie.
This is a place you can hang out in for a while and they are also laptop friendly. You might want to check out the bookstore too - there's a great selection of art books and more in English.Pros: Friendly staff, Many vegan options, Laptop friendly