A very unimposing place on the outside and simple on the inside, just two rooms and an outside area in back, each having less than 10 tables for 2-4...
But when we found (yes found, because it has no big signs and no glaring posters outside), it both Zohara and Anna knew of this place by "reputation", it is well known for several of its dishes. I had the roll with ham and cheese, the girls had croissants, also the hot chocolate was fine. Apparently it is very well liked we spotted several well known personalities there, a chef and a TV commentator..
This tiny homely place has expanded and become very popular over the years, but is still relativelly inexpensive and cozy. All dishes are well made and tasty and the places is always clean and pleasant. They have lots of light dishes, salads, Italian food, soups, and great desserts, cakes and pies.
Favorite Dish: The sweet potato pancakes ("latkes") are good. They have a VERY nice semolina gnocchi in cream sauce.
One of the best cafés in Tel-Aviv. You'll have to wait a while for a table, but it's worth it. The food is excellent and so are the cakes and tarts.
Notice: It's closed on Friday night.
Favorite Dish: Pavlova.