The street food trend is becoming a place of interest around the world. In every city worthy of its name, street restaurants specializing in unique dishes are set up. Street food is a small opportunity to taste the world’s places and aromas. This scene lacked the strictly kosher interpretation, and here it is: Tommy’s restaurant arrived in the capital in 2014 and brought the news of the street food with a refreshing angle and when it is kosher for mehadrin.
The Tommy’s family celebrates a beautiful and exciting branch at the renewed culinary center of Jerusalem – the first station complex. There, chef Tomer Reuveni creates meticulous food in an appetizing meal. The dishes he developed combine raw ingredients such as juicy meat sandwiches, hamburger dishes, steaks and a variety of original dishes that bring delicious content in the concept of “street food
Behind Tommy’s success is a young and observant chef Tomer Reuveni , a graduate of the prestigious Cordon Bleu cooking school in Paris. Reuveni’s culinary career included working with leading chefs such as Wolf Gang Puck and Thomas Keller. In addition, Reuveni was able to gain experience in the kitchen of Eucalyptus Restaurant with Chef Moshe Besson at Jerusalem’s 1868 Restaurant and more. Under the influence and inspiration of the best in the field, Tomer developed in Tommy’s , a menu that is a rare and tasteful experience. At Tommy’s: Salafi Joe is a ground beef sandwich, tomato sauce and spices, kebab kebabs and kebabs stuck in a cinnamon stick. Chicken Poppers – Tempura Chicken Breast in Buffalo Sauce. Children’s dishes, a selection of fresh salads and the crowning glory: 19 homemade sauces that give each dish a generous addition of unforgettable taste..
Photo: Boaz Ben Ari. Kashrut: Mehadrin Glatt portion under the supervision of Rabbi Shlomo Mahfood.