The Good Egg
The menu at the Good Egg is inspired by a wide mix of references – Tel Aviv’s street-food stalls, classic Jewish delis, Middle Eastern flavours and grand old cafés in Montreal and New York. The exciting food has made this one of the area’s most popular brunch spots, but it’s also well worth dropping by for dinner. The evening menu may not feature any eggs, but it has a great range of breads and Middle Eastern delights, like baharat roasted pumpkin with black tahini and yoghurt, za’atar fried chicken thighs with chilli honey and house labneh with preserved lemon. The Good Egg also has a nicely curated list of biodynamic and artisan wines to complement all those punchy flavours, and you’ll find treats from babkas to baklavas here.