Located the superb Neve Tsedek neighborhood, one of the calmest areas in Tel-Aviv, Lorenz and Mintz serves fresh pastries, sourdough bread, dessert, and large breakfasts, from 8am to 4pm. Have a seat on the shady terrace, surrounded by bougainvillea, and enjoy a coffee. Continue with the “Parisian style dishes with a touch of Galilee”, which is how Lorenz and Mintz describe their cuisine. Ask the waitress for their specials and if she pronounces the word, croque monsieur, go for it to savor an enormous slice of toasted bread with mushrooms in a truffle béchamel sauce, parmesan, and gouda, with a green salad. If you would prefer a more Israeli dish, choose the green Shakshuka with Spinach, chards and cream, and two eggs with parmesan. If you are addicted to glucides, you are in the right place: all breakfasts are served with a basket of fresh bread baked that day. And if you still have a little room left over, try the pain perdu, or go to the counter and choose what tempts you.