Hadekel 1 is a small Aventura Israeli spot with a vegetarian-friendly menu. They close around 4pm most days, so this is a good breakfast and lunch option, especially if you’re in the mood for an excellent eggplant pita sabich, a Jerusalem panini bagel, or shakshuka. All of the above are really good, plus they have pastries and coffee strong enough to make you want to go down that terrifying corkscrew slide outside the Aventura Mall.
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