Ramat Aviv's hot Asian fusion spot makes its way to Giv'atayim
Though Giv'atayim has a few cool spots (Zoot Allures, Beaker, Tipamara), people are now looking for more places to go out. Now, Ramat Aviv’s Torii, an Asian spot with a fusion of options including sushi, curries, and buns has opened up in this cozy suburb. Locals are running to check out this new spot for dining out, which is located on Katsanelson, the main street. The menu was created by the Chef Lee Kasiyahu (of the popular Okinawa restaurant) and offers an array of dishes bursting with vegetables and fish. Here, you’ll find Vietnamese fish buns, Thai chicken salad, Japanese ramen, and an endless sushi menu with creative rolls and options. For those who are looking for fun cocktails, the cocktail menu is crafted by Noam Zerach, who worked at the quintessential local bars such as the former French 57 and Tailor Made.
Katzenelson St 62, Giv'atayim
|Opening hours:||Sun-Sat 12:00-Last customer|
|Price:||Dinner for two with drinks: NIS 200|