Time Out says
For those who got hooked on TYO, say konichiwa to the sushi haven’s new little sister.
Thick cuts of sashimi, a heap of wakame and a host of deliciously cooked mains like salmon teryaki, grouper seared in sesame oil and accompanied by cherry tomatoes, asparagus and chili sauce, and various rice and ramen noodle bowls featuring fixins’ like bamboo shoots, shiitake mushrooms, crushed ginger, dashi, tamago, panko crusted chicken breast, tempura veggies, scallops and more are all on the docket at Amama. For those who have wined, dined and broke the bank at TYO, Amama is the answer to satisfying your sushi cravings without going into minus. The street food concept offers a host of traditional Japanese staples married with fresh ingredients and a lively, yet casual atmosphere. Stationed in Ramat HaHayal’s financial district, Amama is a short jaunt from Tel Aviv, so if you’re chomping at the bit for some quality sushi at street food prices, this place can’t be beat.
34 HaBarzel St
|Price:||Dinner for two with drinks NIS 150|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 18:00-2:00, Fri-Sat 12:00-2:00|