Lechem Erez

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 2 reviews )

55 Rothschild, Kfar Saba, Israel

Serves fish, vegan options available. Chain of cafes with multiple locations. This one is in 1920s historical building. Offers a separate vegan menu at this branch of Lechem Erez. Includes vegan breakfast, salad with tofu, mushroom salad, and Jerusalem artichoke salad, sandwiches, vegan pizza. No extra charge for soy milk in coffee. A shop selling fresh breads, olives, and other foods is also on the premises. Open Mon-Thu 7:30am-11:30pm, Fri 7:30am-6:00pm, Sat 7:30am-12:00am, Sun 7:30am-11:30pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Western, Mediterranean, Israeli, Kosher, Non-veg

2 Reviews

First Review by Brok O. Lee

very expensive - Edit

Should be indicated as $$$$$$$$

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Separate Vegan Menu - Edit

The vegan menu is available ONLY at this branch of Lechem Erez meanwhile. And a word to those who have difficulty with stairs: there are lots of stairs whether you're sitting inside or out, so this could be an issue for some.

The cafe is located in a beautiful building right in the middle of the Kfar Saba shopping district and has a wonderful ambiance. You can choose among three rooms inside or sit outside under big umbrellas. Ask for the separate vegan menu. The vegan breakfast for one or two is a good deal and includes a choice of grilled eggplant or sweet potato patties as the main course, salad, great "Lechem Erez" bread (lechem means bread in Hebrew), juice, and coffee with soy milk. The salad with tofu and mushrooms is very good (and by the way often the only vegan item offered at their other locations). The vegan menu also has salads, sandwiches, pasta dishes, and soup. There's a daily business lunch special on weekdays (Sun-Thu). The only vegan dessert is a scoop of coconut sorbet floating in a soup of blended frozen pineapple. On a hot day it's refreshing and not too sweet, but a bit overpriced. There are many vegetarian options available as well. Check out their shop; there are lots of breads they make themselves, spreads, seasonings, cakes (none vegan) and more.

The food is good, not great; it tends to be too oily.

A note about parking: there's a private gated parking lot in the back of the building; call the restaurant when you get there and they'll open the gate.

Pros: Good vegan options, private parking available, very good service

Cons: Oily food

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