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When this Is­raeli chain, which boasts lo­ca­tions in the fi­nan­cial dis­trict and Thorn­hill, says “all-day break­fast,” it’s not kid­ding around. Here, you can get your shak­shouka on un­til clos­ing time at 10 pm. Three dif­fer­ent types of shak­shouka, to be ex­act: clas­sic ($13.95), a feta- and eg­g­plant-laced ver­sion, and one topped with hearty cubes of grilled hal­loumi (both $15.95), all served with thick lab­neh and tahini. The in­de­ci­sive can go for the “fa­mous break­fast” ($15.95), a kitchensink plat­ter of spreads and dips (high­lights: lab­neh, feta, toma­toey tuna salad) plus eggs and greens. Skip the “tea cer­e­monies” (luke­warm wa­ter and a tea bag on the side – WTF?) for a mug of sahleb ($4.50), a thick rose­wa­ter-flavoured bev­er­age topped with cin­na­mon and wal­nuts. It’s like a rich rice

pud­ding in a glass. 165 Univer­sity, at Ade­laide, 647-748-1165,

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