Marina Seafood in the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem serves the city’s residents in its open-air sushi restaurant.
The restaurant was built in the 1930s and is open to the public.
On the menu is a selection of dishes including salmon, trout, shish kebab and shrimp, which is the most popular dish among the local residents.
“The sushi is simple, the food is good and it is easy to make,” says a customer named Shira.
“You just have to pick up a piece of fish, and eat it.”
Marina is open every day, with the only time for reservations on Sunday, September 23, from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m., and on Wednesdays from 10:30 a.mi. to 3 p.d.
The sushi restaurant is run by the Marina Family.
The owner and chef, Moshe Maron, started the restaurant after his wife, Miriam, was hospitalized with a brain tumor in 2003.
Miriam died in the hospital.
“I started the sushi restaurant when I realized I had to make money and I had no other options,” he says.
“This is the best way I can do this.
We don’t have a lot of other options, so we are very happy to open our own restaurant.”
The Maron family started the Maranas Seafood and Sushi restaurant in 2008 after Miriam’s illness.
The Maranashas are a family of eight siblings.
“We are very proud of what we have done,” says Maron.
“It is a very special place to be.
We are a very traditional Jewish family, but the food has become so popular.”
A Maranasi is a sushi chef who is a descendant of the Maranos family.
They were originally a family business in the Ottoman Empire, but they became a household name in the U.S. in the 1940s.
In the U, the Marannas family started as a sushi restaurant in Los Angeles and opened it in New York.
Today, the restaurant has a capacity of 10,000 diners.
The menu includes sushi dishes, as well as seafood dishes and more traditional Chinese dishes.
The fish is fresh, the sauce is made from sea salt, the seafood is cooked over slow-cooked water, and the food comes from the Marananas family.
Maron also offers a wide selection of vegetarian and vegan dishes.
“Our focus is on fish, as it is the healthiest of the meats,” he explains.
“However, we also serve other vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower, onions and other veggies.”
Maron says he tries to make the sushi more authentic in order to maintain the authenticity of the restaurant.
Maranakis Seafood & Sushi is located at 867 E. 38th Street, between E. 57th and E. 59th Streets.
The food is served on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am until 6 pm.
For more information, visit marinaskissuysfushi.com.