Nomi, Kfar Monash – Visitors Guide with Photos

Nomi is a lovely bakery in the Hasharon region. We love combining a visit to this bakery with one of the attractions in the Sharon area.


Nomi is located near the entrance to Kfar Monash. And the easiest way to reach it is by entering its name into Waze.

Directions for drivers: Link to Waze and Link to Google Maps
Directions for public transport: Link to Moovit

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Interactive map of the area:


  • Hotels, hostels, and apartments in this area:

Near the entrance to the restaurant, you can find big free dirt parking.

Parking lot
Parking lot

Opening Hours

Sunday – Saturday (every day): 08:00 – 15:00

Note: opening hours were updated in March 2024. In any case, recheck the official site before visiting.

Contact Information

Phone: 09-774-0635

Breakfast at Nomi

There are many attractions in the Sharon area (42 Attractions for Kids in the Sharon Area). During our previous visits, we ate at nearby places like Arthura Cafe, Jacobs Dairy Farm and Agadat Lechem. This time, we headed for breakfast at Nomi on a Friday morning.

When we arrived at 9:00, the place was full. We were lucky to find nearby parking, with only a few free tables.

We saw trays to the left and many different baked goods when we entered the building. We took a tray, selected several pastries, and then went to the cashier, where we ordered coffee and paid for everything. Here are several photos from the inside:

As you can see, I deliberately included the price signs.

Here are several photos of the outside area:

Since the original visit, we have visited several times more, and the bakery has increased its variety. There is now a table with sweet pastry and savory baked goods. Also, the number of tables and parking spaces were increased. And we always found a free parking place and a place to sit. Here are several photos from March 2023:


  • In many of the photos above, I included the price.
  • The menu changes a little from week to week.


All the baked goods were tasty, and the prices were similar to other places. Moreover, the restaurant’s design contributes to its popularity. Therefore, I would advise visiting early for big groups of friends on weekends and holidays.

My two tips would be:

  • Wear appropriate shoes in winter. The road from the parking lot is not asphalted, and it is muddy after rain.
  • If you love hot coffee, ask for extra hot. Because sometimes we received mildly warm coffee.

Have you visited Nomi? Tell us about your experience in the comments below.

That’s all for today, and I’ll see you in future travels!

Stay Tuned!


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