Morning in the Shuk 2 eggs any style, tahina, labaneh, tuna, crushed tomato, schug, olives, salad, and choice of bread Green Shakshuka 2 eggs cooked in our special white sauce, spinach, kale, arugula, and challah
Cheese Hardboiled egg, crushed tomato, schug, sumac red onion & arugula salad, side of olives Ziva Spinach and cheese, hardboiled egg, crushed tomato, schug, sumac red onion & arugula salad, side of pickles.
Say shalom to Hadekel1, named after the street the owner and Chef Asaf Hadad grew up on. Asaf also owns Foozo pizza which has three locations, one of which happens to be next door. The café, which opened at the end of 2019, brings Israel to Miami.
Hadekel1 is a place for coffee & friends that offers diners perfectly balanced coffee menu, pastry, and baking goods with an Israeli essence. The menu includes different bakes like hand made Burekas sandwich, artisan cured beet salmon sandwiche and much more
When you walk in you are greeted with a wall of pictures that will make you feel like you’re on Rechov Hadekel in Israel. It’s the perfect breakfast/ lunch spot to enjoy with friends. They make everything fresh and in-house. They also get bread from Zak the Baker delivered to them everyday.
If you’re looking for something more substantial to eat they offer great breakfasty/ brunch items. Try their Ziva it is filled with sautéed arugula and spinach with fresh mozzarella in puff pastry served with a side salad, hard boiled egg, and crushed tomatoes. Or try their Shakshuka has your transported to the Mediterranean, all of their ingredients are made special for these dishes.
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They also have Arepas for their South American friends, dough is made from corn flour, and then filled with sliced tomato, avocado, and feta. Or try their delicious Sabbich Borekas, it’s a fresh made boreka filled with fried eggplant, hard boiled egg, sliced tomato, and arugula sabich salad.
So feel the Israel vibes without getting on a plane, and go and enjoy Hadekel1. We promise it’s worth it!