Israeli breakfast is a culture in itself. Israel is known for it's over the top breakfasts and brunches. In the pioneering days of modern Israel, the kibbutz (Hebrew word for “communal community”) workers would start their agricultural workday at the break of dawn. After a few hours they were usually very hungry and would gather at the communal dining hall for a delicious breakfast. Let me bring this culture to you, using the best ingredients California has to offer.
Welcome Sips & Bites
Arak (Aniseed liqueur) Cocktails
Lemon & mint Watermelon & ginger
Seasonal fruit & preserves
Homemade Pastry Assortment
Burkas (Turkish puff pastry filled with cheese & spinach) Challah rolls Mini leek Quiches