This organic café moved from its former spot in a village north of Tel Aviv, and comes across as a happy mix of enlightened urbanity and rural roots. (Most of the ingredients still come from the original location.) Breakfast here is covered if you’re staying at the nearby Brown TLV, as I was. The whole-wheat pancakes with date honey were delicious, as were the shakshouka (pictured) and the fresh breads and accompanying array of spreads. It’s vegan-friendly, with an interesting selection of tasty soy-milk smoothies made from fruits that are in season. I can personally recommend the banana-date-melon.