J’asia

Jaffa
Asian Fusion

The bright flavors of the Far East meld with the warmth and hospitality of Old Jaffa at this raucous sushi joint, where the cocktails are creative, the servers are young, generous and obscenely good looking, and the atmosphere—an ancient Greek Orthodox Church now overflowing with trendy revelers each night—feels, somehow, exactly right. A stellar playlist and a menu of tried-and-true Asian favorites including Mongolian skewers, thick thai noodles and a full sushi menu make J’asia as tasty as it is fun.

J’asia
Louis Pasteur 7Tel Aviv, Israel
972-03/932-3222

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