Abbalé Telavivian Kitchen is an Israeli restaurant in South of Fifth that’s an excellent choice for a sit-down breakfast or lazy lunch. The breakfast menu is a little smaller, but you can still find a great shakshuka or Jerusalem bagel. The bigger lunch menu has more very good dishes, like crispy falafel and roasted local fish. But even if you got stuck on the causeway and missed the 4pm lunch cut off, don’t turn around and go home. They have a small “sunset menu” from 4-7pm, which offers glasses of wine, beer, and various salads and spreads like roasted onion tahini - along with that fantastic roasted fish. And you can eat all that while enjoying the actual sunset on their shaded outdoor patio.
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