This patisserie is located in the highly attractive Bazel compound in the center of Tel Aviv. With many restaurants around and several attractive shops, la bonne patisserie stands out the most of its delightful artistic pastries. As I visit Bazel area quite often, I noticed when the bakery opened almost a year and a half ago. The owner, a young French baker, who makes everything by hand, was very courteous as I bought no less than 3 cakes for my wife's birthday. Ever since, whenever I get the chance to visit the area(quite a lot)I always step in for a tiny pastry, a piece of cake, some tarts, fresh orange juice or just a sandwich. What begun as a few tables and chairs outside, quickly turned out to more and more seats. Quiches, cakes, coffees, they will all turn a smile on your face. The smells and visuals of the pastries always make me smile as I notice something new. And if you're wishing to brush up on your French, just listen around as customers go in and out. Service is always personal, and the atmosphere goes very well with what happens outside on the streets of Bazel. Pop up for some coffee and pastry - you will not be disappointed. BTW - the bakery is located in Bazel 40 st. in Tel Aviv(and not Jaffa as mentioned). The only downside I can think of, and I've thought about it quite a lot, is the fact that the place is kosher, which means no meat products - usually I would give 4 starts instead of 5 for this, but I do keep coming back to this place.
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