Motek rivals the hip cafés of Tel Aviv with its bright, inviting space and stacked menu of authentic Israeli delights. It comes to Miami by way of New York chef Einat Admony, who’s known for Middle Eastern favorites Balaboosta and Taim. Locally, chef Sasha Ariel is at the helm, doling out fresh salads, creamy hummus, crispy schnitzel and poppable falafels you can order solo or stuffed in a pita. The fast-casual spot does street food with care, leaning into the spice-driven cuisine for simple, flavorful dishes you can enjoy at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Motek opened at the height of Miami’s takeout and delivery craze and continues to pump out to-go orders with intensity even in its otherwise quiet corner of the historic Seybold Building.