Israeli chocolate is unique and delightful and perhaps it will surprise you to learn: Israel is a great country to buy chocolate from. With all this said, Ika Chocolate proved itself as the best chocolate in all of Israel.
The many desserts, pastries and savory menu options are sure to attract colorful patrons to Gerald Swiss Patisserie in Tel Aviv.
Are you traveling around Israel and looking for a time cupsoul? Look no further; reviews await: Tel Aviv #1: Nahat Cafe “Energizing Vibes in TLV” #2: Da Da & Da “French Lover’s Heaven in Tel Aviv” #3: Nelly Kitchen (Jaffa) “Organic Relaxing Haven” #4: Finjan Kitchen & Cafe (Jaffa) #5: Cafe Noir “Coffee For Your Classy Romantic Side” Haifa #1: Fattoush Cafe “Best Coffee in Haifa”
Whether it was the softly playing French bistro music, the white title decor, or the aromas wafting from the kitchen, take your pick, something about Da Da & Da really does capture a part of France. It’s magical.
Fattoush Cafe is the best answer for a delicious meal and unique cup of coffee in Haifa, Israel.
“Hoppy Easter” from two Lindt love bunnies in Tel Aviv! Follow @TimeCupsoul on Instagram for more photos like this one.
If the term “film noir” conjures old Hollywood black and white crime flicks, with a certain je ne sais quoi of mystery and sexiness that pulls you in for more, the European bistro Café Noir in Tel Aviv, has been justly named. It was early morning that I sat down in the indoor porch area of Café Noir, alone and by a window, sightseeing over the cross streets. The seating area and bar weren’t yet busy; it was right before the brunch and lunch rush and I wanted to get a prime spot at this Tel Aviv establishment. Early morning light seeped through the…
Small bags of coffee for sale adorn the walls, and a very cool lamp hangs from the ceiling over the coffee bar. It’s just a positive, artsy, place. A coffee shop that could easily be translated to many world capitals: DC, Paris, Milan, New York.