WATCH: Match made in bread heaven

Bread Story in the heart of Tel Aviv combines elements of a coffee shop and a bakery.

June 9, 2013 12:28
1 minute read.
Chef Yogev Yaros and baker Yaron Schneller

Chef Yogev Yaros and baker Yaron Schneller 370. (photo credit: Hadas Parush)

What happens when two good friends decide to try and harmonize their differences? Perhaps a good story. In this case it is Bread Story - a new restaurant in Tel Aviv born out of the cooperation between a traditional baker and a modern chef.

Bread Story, which has been operating for six months, is unique mix between a coffee shop and a bakery. All the food served at the trendy restaurant on Dizengoff Street is based on different types of breads, and many of the breads are made specifically for the dish.


The menu, which is based on a concept found in New York, was put together by chef Yogev Yehros and traditional baker Yaron Schneller. "Yaron and I sat down together and planned this menu which is basically based Yaron’s breads and me trying not to mess them up," jokes Yogev.

The coffee shop/bakery is a sister restaurant from the Benedict Group and was developed in conjunction with the holding company 141 Group, through its 141 Life Style Division.

Bread Story
Not kosher
88 Dizengoff Street, Tel Aviv
Open Sunday to Friday 7 a.m. till 2 a.m., Saturday 8:30 a.m. till 2 a.m.
(03) 528-3888

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