Israeli breakfasts are famous--the colorful array of salads, smoked fish, baked goods, omelettes and fruits that you find in Israeli hotels are a favorite with Israelis too, and if you haven't eaten your fill in your hotel, or you want to invite friends for a treat--invite them to one of our list of breakfast/brunch places, and you won't need anything else to eat until dinner time.Luciana on Emek Refaim in the German Colony tops our list for most unusual and tasty breakfast menu. I can't help ordering the Sicilian breakfast every time I go there--it's a kosher version of eggs benedict and the price includes coffee and fruit juice. Various other frittata options are available too and the coffee is great. A must for any brunch worthy of the name.Not too far away on Emek Refaim is the popular Caffit restaurant, that's jammed at night, but not so busy at breakfast time. Sit by the window for some great people-watching.Next on the list is Mizrachi cafe in the Machane Yehuda market. Without a doubt the best coffee in town, and mouth-watering home baked pastries and creative sandwiches (try the pear and camembert) will make you want to come back to this one.The Anna Ticho House cafe and art gallery not far from Jaffa Road is another good choice for breakfast--and never too crowded so you can linger over those blintzes and coffee.The chain cafes like Aroma, Hillel and the Coffee Shop all serve a passable Israeli breakfast, but they're pretty standard--eggs any style, rolls, vegetable salad, olives, a couple of cream cheeses and coffee or juice.