Fodor's Expert Review Dalita
Editor's Note: This location is no longer in operation.
A bit off the beaten path, Dalita is a lovely place to rest your tired feet after exploring the Dizengoff area. The Austrian and Hungarian pastries in this sweetshop filled with white wrought-iron tables and chairs are prepared on-site by owner Dalit Golan. They will definitely spoil your dinner, but during the summer try the gumbotz (dumplings filled with apricots) and the bienenstich (literally meaning "bee sting," these sweetbreads are topped with honeyed almonds). Another favorite is lebkuchen, a cake filled with homemade plum jam and coated in chocolate.
146 Ben Yehuda St.
Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv 63402, Israel