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Led by an Israeli named Adi who scoured flea markets for ornaments, utensils, and books to decorate her corner restaurant in the style of an English tearoom. Try the tea along with black rice and coconut, or the exquisite shakshuka—organic eggs poached in silky tomato, pepper, and onion soffritto—with eggplant and brie cheese. Ugot means cakes in Hebrew. On Saturdays and Sundays, they pay homage to their name by offering the cheesecake challenge, a selection of three types of cheesecake.
Because I thing it has the homemade cakes and french toast in the city, plus everything is so vintage and so Instagramming in there! Stop there for breakfast or brunch at least once before you go!
“Located right next door, most highly reviewed restaurant by guest. Excellent food and service. You can also call down for room service, As one guest put it, "it is like having you own personal gourmet chef. Phone: +34 935 39 39 59 Hours: M-F 09:00-00:00 Sat 12:00-00:00 Sun: CLOSED”