we went for brunch (group of six). we all ordered different things, including two different shakshukas, Tuna sandwich, Greek Salad, Monitin Toast (mine) and pasta, two milkshakes, cafe Monitin and a latte. the servings were huge. The waitress even warned my husband that the Greek Salad could feed 4. each dish, except the pasta, was served with a fresh salad, and its own loaf of bread (if not a sandwich). everything was fresh and delicious. we all commented that it was the best breakfast we have had in Israel, and we have had many. Highly recommend.(pasta was nothing special, but that is what my daughter always orders:)
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