When you need a quick bite, this counter-service Israeli spot that’s pretty close to the Palazzo’s casino floor is ideal for solo diners and convention-goers who are in-between meetings. They’ve got a folded cheeseburger pita and a branzino- and potato-filled fish and chips option, but it’s the out-of-the-pita vegetable dishes that deserve most of your attention. Go for the slightly charred whole-roasted baby cauliflower and the bag of green beans drizzled with olive oil, lemon, salt, and garlic. Make no mistake, though: we love the pillowy-soft pita, but we prefer to eat it separately with a scoop of the imported tahini or the restaurant’s self-proclaimed (and true) “best hummus plate that you will ever eat.

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