Israelis take the good stuff in life seriously, be it; hummus, falafal, malabi and sunshine, all of which are usually accompanied by another great love – coffee!In Tel Aviv, life changing moments can happen over a cup of coffee, which is why this city is flooded with all manner of coffee shops; from the cozy hidden in tiny gardens, to crowded venues in busy bustling shopping streets.
Here is The Norman Tel Aviv’s connoisseur’s guide to the best coffees in town from South to North:
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Jaffa is the place to find Arabic style coffee and tea, at Basma coffee there is a full menu of both and they’re all delicious. Equally tempting is the patisserie.
5 Louis Pasteur Street, Jaffa
Open every day: 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Moving towards the center:
A homey style café where coffee and food are prepared with the sort of love you can taste.
31 Nahalat Binyamin St.
A favorite among locals and walking distance from Tel Aviv’s main railway-station, Caffe Henrietta has the reputation as one of the city’s best coffee houses with great service.
186 Arlozorov St.
Mon-Fri: 7am-11pm, Sat: 9am-11pm, Sun: 7am-11pm
At the epicenter:
THE NORMAN HOTEL LIBRARY BAR
Where an aromatic coffee can be sipped at any time of day, served with any number of delicious treats from stunning deserts to delicious pastries or a salad. Expect perfect coffees however you like it at The Norman Tel Aviv.