03.02.2011 29.Shevat, 5771
The success of the Sushi Rehavia chain is emblematic of Jerusalem’s gravitation towards more specialized cuisines.
As with many other culinary trends that sweep through the Western world, it took a few years before sushi gained a tooth-hold in this country, and even when it did, for a while Tel Aviv was the sole place where one could get a solid salmon roll.
Thankfully, marine delicacies swathed in rice and nori have been available in Jerusalem for several years, mostly on the menus of general-purpose Asian restaurants. However, it was only with the opening of Sushi Rehavia that the Japanese treats truly became a staple of the city’s diet….