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Six tables with four seats around each form the "deli" part of Jerusalem, along with a counter behind which the Middle Eastern specialties get prepared. The décor is provided by the other sector of space, a market featuring shelves lined with all manner of groceries imported from the Middle East. Glass refrigerator doors along the back wall open to other fetching imports, like a wide array of cook-at-home bourekas (spinach, cheese, or meat-filled pockets of pastry). A microwave mars some of the reheated fried foods, like kibel and falafel, but other renditions of popular Mideast foods are superb, such as a velvety smooth hummus and a baba ghannouj imbued with subtle undertones of charred eggplant flavor. Best all-around bet might be the cold combo plate, with these salads as well as tabbouleh, pink pickled cabbage slaw, and pita bread. Grab some chocolate-coated halvah for dessert.
While sitting at a table draped in a blue and white checkerboard cloth, in the Jerusalem Market & Deli (which is tucked into the same North Miami strip mall addendum as the Mexican restaurant Paquito's), I came up with a "Road Map for Better... More »
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