Fresh and tasty: Jerusalem goes Mexican

Mexican food has been the one cuisine that Anglos have been craving for decades in Jerusalem- Burrito Hai goes a step towards remedying that.

February 11, 2016 21:18
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‘Jerusalem Post’ news editor Noa Amouyal joins Seth Frantzman in biting into burritos (with margaritas thrown in). (photo credit: SETH J. FRANTZMAN)


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"We’re open, come on downnn,” posted proprietor Missy Witt on Facebook, announcing the opening of a new Mexican burrito place in Jerusalem’s iconic – and increasingly gentrified – Mahaneh Yehuda.

Migrating from a sometimes weekly pop-up operation on a Nahlaot rooftop to an actual storefront on Eshkol Street near the famous Rachmo restaurant, this almost hole-in-the-wall has a simple décor, complete with a guitar and sombrero on the wall and a saguaro cactus on the sign.


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