Food

Nahat Cafe

by Sarit Goffen | 24.04.18

Nahat Cafe is a stylish microbrewery founded by Dean Urieli and Asaf Bittion in 2015. The self-proclaimed ‘bean fanatics’ envisioned a cafe that would be ideal for customers with good taste in coffee like themselves – they wanted to create an eclectic space that would be a hub for anyone who wants to work, sit down with friends and feel at home in an easygoing and inspired atmosphere.

It’s safe to say that the two have succeeded in manifesting this vision. Located just off Dizengoff Square, Nahat Cafe (nicknamed by locals the a‘Salon Cafe’) harnesses the characteristics of Tel Aviv’s culture in one place. Inspired by traditional 18th century English coffeehouses, the cafe’s service blends together European and Mediterranean roots.

Exuding the European air of the cafe, Nahat’s menu includes items such as croissants (made in-house), light salads and sandwiches with fresh bread delivered daily. Coffee options range from speciality beans and blends from all over the world, and friendly baristas will guide customers to choose from five speciality coffees and three unique blends on hand from all over the world. When it comes to coffee, Nahat’s team has the knowledge and passion to help one choose a bean that matches their taste and mood.

Coffee house by day, Nahat mirrors the 24-hour vibe of Tel Aviv and remains open for cocktails and wine at night. As Nahat’s in-store roasters spread the aroma of international coffee beans around, customers carry on being good spirited and of course, caffeinated.

Reines Street 1. Read more about Nahat Cafe and other cafes in Telavivian City Guide.

Text by Jenna Romano

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