Almost every café in Israel has an Israeli breakfast on its menu, but only a handful make sure that the ingredients are top quality. Café Mason is one of these places. This neighborhood gem is situated on Tel Aviv’s Luntz Street. The staff is very friendly in a down-to-earth way that feels genuine. The café is quite small and patrons have the option of indoor or outdoor seating. But no matter where one sits, the ambience is homey.
After we sat down we were greeted by the manager, who talked us through the morning menu. Created by chef Oded Saida, the menu has options that range from shakshouka and poached egg croissants to a variety of sandwiches, salads and pastries.
All the main breakfast items come with a choice of a hot or cold beverage.