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Within the notable and increasingly accomplished culinary setting of Tel Aviv, the bakery scene holds its own, even when compared to its European neighbors who are often considered to be the pastry experts of the world. From the traditional Israeli bourekas to croissants, biscuits and cakes. Here are the top spots for finding baked treats.
Tucked away in the Susanne Dallal quarter, in the quaint and chic neighborhood of Neve Tsedek, sits the appropriately named Dallal Bakery. The establishment is known for both its magical tea-party interior as well as its dreamy treats. Although the goods may be slightly pricier than your local pastry shop, none of the pastries disappoint. In addition, the highly recommended and more upscale adjacent Dallal restaurant allows diners to sit for something savoury.
10 Shabazi, Tel Aviv, Israel, +972-3-510-9292
The Bakery is part of the R2M family, which is home to some of the top restaurants in Tel Aviv (Brasserie, Coffee Bar, Hotel Montefiore and Delicatessen, just to name a few). Similar to Dallal, the Bakery is situated under the same roof as the highly acclaimed restaurant, Brasserie. From simple cakes and pastries, to more elaborate tarts, truffles, cakes and more, the Bakery is among the finer and well-respected bakeries in the city.
Ibn Gabirol St 72, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel, +972-3-696-1050
The restaurant Adora serves a Saturday brunch with a wide assortment of fine baked goods, including their signature spherical rye grain bread, infused with walnuts and baked to perfection. They also include a goody basket filled with mini muffins and sweet chocolate rolls.
226 Ben Yehuda St, Tel Aviv, Israel, +972-3-605-0896