King George Street is the urban core of Tel Aviv. Because of its easy accessibility from most other surrounding neighborhoods and the bohemian yet cosmopolitan vibe, the street has become one of the most central hot spots for Tel Avivians to grab a coffee or go shopping at the Dizengoff Center and other boutiques. You can find almost any kind of food on King George, along with some of the best breakfast foods. Here’s a list of some of the best breakfast spots in the area.
This hidden gem is located within the bustle of King George Street. Right near Shuk HaCarmel, Cafe Sonya’s shaded and relaxing garden area makes you feel like you are sitting in your own backyard, tucked away from the city. Enjoy their divine breakfast foods such as their original different types of shakshuka or breakfast sandwiches.
Bar, Cafe, Restaurant, Israeli, Mediterranean, $$$
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HaMaoz is the ultimate neighborhood bar and cafe-restaurant with dreamy views of Gan Meir dog park across the street. If you really want to treat yourself, order their French toast topped with fruit and creamy crème fraîche, or for a more savory option, order their croque madame topped with spinach. You can choose to either sit in the friendly outdoor area and people-watch while getting your grub on, or hang out in their dimly lit ‘living room’ space where you can sink into their oversized armchairs, bringing a perfect balance of comfort and uniqueness to the table.
Baccio is a cozy and comforting cafe just off of Shlomo Hamelech on King George Street. It is the kind of cafe where you can bring your laptop or a good book and sit there for hours without anyone bothering you. Their seats along the big windows circling the cafe make for a great people-watching spot, especially while eating their authentic Israeli beet-root shakshuka.
If you’re looking to throw your healthy diet out the window, you must try The Street‘s Naughty Morning breakfast – sunny-side eggs with three different meat options on a bun, drizzled with aioli sauce and fries on the side. The cafe itself is a fun environment to be in, always full with people enjoying a meal together, working, or lounging by themselves.
Seeds is a whimsical neighborhood vegan cafe filled with pastries and goodies in mason jars and glass trays. Even though nothing in the cafe is made with eggs, meat or cheese, Seeds’ homemade food is guaranteed to make you come back for more. You can even buy their frozen pastries and bake them at home.