Kosher bakeries are far and few between in the Bay Area, making this one in Soma all the more sacred. The trio of friends behind Taboon uses recipes passed down from one of the founder’s great-grandfathers, who owned a bakery in Jerusalem, to bake traditional breads and pastries daily. Za’atar-spiced flatbreads, sweet cinnamon challah, fluffy jelly doughnuts, and sesame seed bagels are all heavy-hitters here, but don’t miss the fan-favorite bureka, a triangular puff pastry stuffed with savory fillings like spinach, cheese, potatoes, and mushrooms. Arrive early or order ahead before the goods are gone because Taboon’s yeasted breads sell like hotcakes. Not to mention, the industrial high-ceilinged space only has a handful of seats.