Lehem Vehaverim: the first French kosher bistro opened in Tel Aviv

Lehem Vehaverim: the first French kosher bistro opened in Tel Aviv

Posted on Nov. 10, 2016, at 09:05 am

[RESULT OF THE CONTEST] Congrats to Julia Jakubowicz who won a dinner with 3 friends at Lehem Vehaverim Dizengoff.

And for the other ones, take advantage of the amazing promotion for the opening of Lehem Vehaverim Dizengoff and get 50% off your bill* from November 16th to December 18th.


Just in case you’re really tired or far-sighted and you can’t read the conditions of this amazing reduction, here there are again:

*The offer is valid on the entire menu (excluding beverages and takeaways) for any order of 2 people at least, at Lehem Vehaverim located on Dizengoff St. 302, Tel Aviv, from November 16th to December 18th 2016, from Sunday to Thursday starting at 6PM.

We can’t deny it; we all love Paris: its food, its atmosphere and its cafés… Well, if you can’t come to Paris, Paris can now come to you! Tel Aviv just welcomed its first Kosher Parisian bistro and it’s a hit! An authentic french brasserie, as beautiful as it is tasty.

It’s official. It opened a couple of weeks ago – they brought Paris to the Non Stop City. Close your eyes, step in. Open your eyes…you’re not dreaming! Everything is made to feel like you’re in Paris: from decor to savor! Take a seat outside, watch the passersby, drink a coffee… feel like you’re in France yet? One more thing – you must order one of their perfect baguettes! Inside the furniture is as accurate as the food: marble bar and dark wood – perfect for a dinner with friends; we’d say almost too good.


Too good? Well we’re obviously talking about their food! Our heart set on the caramelized sea bream baked in the oven with white wine, and you’ll be speechless in front of the salmon and avocado duo. But the pleasure is not over until the finale: their delicious patisseries that taste like the finest ones in Paris. Before you leave don’t you dare skipping the highlight of your culinary delight – we’re talking about the bakery and its endless choice of delicacies.



The Bistro Lehem Vehaverim (Kosher Halavi), is located on Dizengoff Street 302, and is open on Sunday to Thursday from 7.30AM until the last client leaves and on Fridays until 1.30 hour before shabbat. All of their breads and pastries are freshly baked in their bakery located on Bograshov Street 27. Kashrout: Rabanut of Tel Aviv


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From Sunday to Thursday from 7.30AM until the last client leaves Fridays from 7.30AM until 1.30 hour before Shabbat starts