Her Mediterranean tapas place Combina may have closed in May after just six month, but superchef Einat Admony is bouncing back in a big way.
Kish-Kash, a couscous-centric restaurant, will open in Manhattan’s Financial District in late 2016. A kishkash, she tells Grubstreet, is the sieve that couscous goes through. Using one will be part of her elaborate process to serve “real couscous… it’s very labor-intensive,” she said.
Admony also plans to expand Taim, her fast-casual Middle-Eastern brand, around the world — from Chicago and L.A. to Japan and Australia.
Michael Kaminer is a contributing editor at the Forward.