Reviva & Celia opened in August 1988 in Neve Rasco, Ramat Hasharon. The idea of the three women who started it was to create a business that offered fine food and pastries to cafés and private customers. Reviva & Celia was an immediate hit, earning acclaim for its new style of baked goods and hospitality, unlike anything seen before in Israel – traditional French pastries and baked goods that used raw products that until then weremostly unfamiliar to the Israeli market.
Reviva & Celia quickly attracted a loyal following, perhaps because it offered something new, but especially because of its outstanding reputation for excellence. A year later, a small café was opened, offering the same warm and friendly atmosphere its customers had come to expect, attracting many from outside its immediate neighborhood.
The years passed and Reviva & Celia continued to grow and expand. Today, Reviva & Celia is no longer just a small neighborhood café – it has become a popular brand known for cookery, baked goods and warm hospitality.Going beyond the boundaries of Ramat Hasharon, it now has another branch in the big city of Tel Aviv. Reviva & Celia has a restaurant-café in Ramat Hasharon and a restaurant and épicerie in the G Tzameret mall in Tel Aviv.