Ugot means cake in Hebrew, but Ugot Bruncherie opened by Israeli Adi Nachson, is much more than that!
This cosy bruncherie is a place where I could spend all day, starting with their tremendous brunch options (toasts, Benedict eggs, Shakshuka…). I would continue with a cup of their high-quality coffee, move on to one of their stunning homemade cakes and finish up with a cocktail when happy hour starts.
Ugot Brunchery has a vintage atmosphere with old chairs, tables and couches that don’t match but will make you feel at home. When you pass by, you can see through the huge windows how cute this place is.
Benedict egg lovers will certainly be surprised by their different options on the typical benedict eggs that include cochinita pibil, kerala or Ras el Hanout options.
You might have to wait for a table on the weekends, when it gets busier, but it will be completely worth it!
Can you ask for anything else? YES! There are gluten-free options and it’s pet-friendly!