A Mediterranean feast

Avi Biton’s Dizengoff Street ‘Café Popular’ launches new and different brunch.

January 17, 2019 15:14
3 minute read.
A Mediterranean feast

Café Popular. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Café Popular, Chef Avi Biton’s new hot spot in Tel Aviv, has launched a new brunch, and that was a good enough reason for us to revisit the place on a Friday morning.

Brunch is my favorite meal of the week. For me it means spending leisurely time with friends with a drink and something really scrumptious to eat, an opportunity to catch up, relax and begin (or end) the weekend. Or as the Australian food editor Jill Dupleix wrote in her 1994 cookbook, New Food, “When breakfast is too early and lunch is too late, brunch is the only civilized thing to do.”


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