Go nuts for donuts… it’s that time of the year again…
You can find AMAZING sufganiot (or donuts for the ones who don’t know what that is) all across Tel Aviv, but to be sure we have the most reliable information on the best ones, we asked the community for their opinion, and we are happy to say we’ve found the winners! Click here to see how the voting went. Chag Chanukah Sameach!
Branches all over Tel Aviv, including: the Dizengof Center, Azrieli, Ibn Gvirol, Weitzman, Sarona, and Ramat HaChayal.
Heaven in a mouthful. Happiness in fluffiness. And to make it even better, you can inject more goodness right into the centre of the donut. We tried the ‘Banana Coffee Tofi’ Donut, which featured a topping of nuts and a centre of banana caramel, with a coffee tofi syringe ready to shoot more gooey goodness right into the centre. Another favourite is the Chocolate Bianco, a mixture of white and dark Belgian chocolate, again with a syringe of milk chocolate in case you thought it wasn’t sweet enough! Read more.
This Hanukkah Roladin got even more donut flavours, including mascarpone and red berries, dulce de leche, and their own special version of the cronut called The Croladin! Read more.
Yehuda HaMaccabi Street 60
Endless deliciousness from the most unique and high-quality assortment of donuts, pastries, cakes, cookies, and more. Especially for Chanukah, their donuts are always fresh, leaving a taste that will make you want to try one more, or five! Miki Shemo, the owner, is a professional pastry chef that knows how to use quality baking ingredients, such as chocolate Velrona. He is a modest, kind, and good-hearted man. He creates a wide range of products, from bread to great French cakes, and even spreads. (Written by guest reviewer Dorin Baniel). Read more.
By offering many vegan options, this place makes getting your Chanukah donuts a real piece of cake! From sugar coated, to chocolate covered to caramel smothered, vegan and not, Piece of Cake sells them individually, or in convenient boxes of four, which can easily be for one person or to share. Get there early before the donuts sell out. Read more.
Known for its European flair, Lehamim bakery brings you simplicity but quality. You can indulge in traditional jam, either strawberry, chocolate, caramel and marzipan, with each donut fried to perfection. They also offer mini donuts ‘bites’ of delight if you will. They also offer great deals if you are buying in bigger numbers, so it is hard to say no to a big box of these identically crafted balls of heaven. Read more.
Malkhei Yisra’el St 11
The ShowRoom Bakehouse is a new bakehouse located next to Kikar Rabin styled on a hipster Williamsburg bakery. And their donuts are amazing! It’s open all-year around, and they’ve just opened a month-long pop-up in Sarona just in time for Chanukah.
Besides donuts, they do other treats like Portuguese pasteis de nata, croissants with amazing fillings, HUGE cookies, and Magnolia-style banana pudding. Read more.
Dizengoff St. 209
Who does not like cakes, pies, cakes, pain au chocolate…? At La Bonne Patisserie they make good cakes and they sell them with a smile and in French. Read more.
Various branches across Tel Aviv, including: Kikar Hamedina, Kikar Masaryk, Dizengoff, Rothschild, Shenkin, Ben Yehuda, Eliyahu Berlin, Florentin.
These donuts are baked, not fried… which means they are a little bit more healthy but still taste just as good! Delicious baked brioche donuts filled with crème patisserie (good old custard), chocolate, caramel, Nutella or traditional strawberry jam. Read more.