sushi

Yama: Kosher sushi that’s not just for haredim

If you want to eat at the restaurant, reservations are recommended.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
09/12/2021

Hip Asian kitchen in Jerusalem

My biggest complaint about sushi in Israel is that some places skimp on the fish, which is of course the most expensive ingredient. Here the sushi had plenty of fish.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
09/09/2021

Sefora: Kosher sushi with a view

Several years ago, the owner decided to open a sushi bar carved out of a section of the restaurant. He named it Sefora after his late wife.

By BUZZY GORDON
03/06/2021

Sushi for everyone: River opens 14th restaurant in Herzliya Pituah

I have no doubt that in time, River in Herzliya Pituah will be as popular as all the other branches in the chain.

Sushi that knocks your socks off

The sushi from Uran’s is the closest I have found to that experience in Japan.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
18/10/2020

Top marks for Japan, Japan

The first was for food critics, bloggers, friends of the owner and general hangers-on, and the place was so crowded one could barely wield a set of chopsticks without taking someone’s eye out.

River, a kosher Asian-fusion restaurant owned by chef Ariel Ben Zichri

A ‘river’ of sushi - Jerusalem's kosher Asian-fusion restaurant

River, a kosher Asian-fusion restaurant owned by chef Ariel Ben Zichri, is part of a chain of 14 restaurants. The Jerusalem branch opened almost two years ago, and offers excellent value for money.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
30/01/2020

Kosher sushi that is worth the wait

You don’t go to Sushiya for the atmosphere. It’s a small place with just 26 seats on hard wooden benches.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
21/11/2019

Japan comes to Tel Aviv

Tatami, the name the owners chose for this restaurant, is actually a traditional Japanese mat. But it also evokes in Hebrew “taim,” tasty.

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