“Building a bridge between Israel and France, Jerusalem and Paris”. It’s the aim set by Assaf Granit, Uri Navon, Dan Yosha and Tomer Lanzmann, the four instigators who hide behind Shabour.
After the Balagan, the two famous Israeli chefs Assaf Granit and Uri Navon have decided to open a restaurant managed “by eight hands, four heads and four hearts” as they say.
Set on rue Saint-Sauveur in Paris 2nd arrondissement, Shabour (we could translate as “broken” in Hebrew) is part of the new tasty tables in Paris and reopening on June 22.
Inside, enjoy a central kitchen around which guests can have a seat to be very close and knowing with the chefs. Described as “movable, sincere, demanding and spinning”, Shabour gastronomy is all about Israeli food in its touch, approach and often exclusive flavors.
For instance, go for the grilled squid, its harissa sauce and its peach and babba ganoush garden, or the red mullet, matbucha anis and feta, without forgetting the tea-smoked poached egg, tahini foam, salmon eggs and caviar.
Shabour doesn’t leave out sweet-toothed foodies with a delicious chocolate mousse, fleur de sel and olive oil!
So, are you feeling hungry yet? Hurry up and meet at Shabour for an exceptional culinary travel.
And to gastronomically travel without having to leave the comfort of your home, Shabour launches Shabour à la maison, a custom-made travel including 3 appetizers, 2 starters, 1 main course, 1 cheese, and 1 dessert you wrap up around some dry and fresh fruits to share over a signature herbal tea. The wine pairing created by the sommelier completes the trip between Jerusalem and Paris!
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 22 June 2020
19 Rue Saint-Sauveur
75002 Paris 2
Shabour à la maison :
Dîner de 2 heures pour 5 convives minimum. Menu à partir de 185 euros (hors frais de déplacement à domicile, et présence de l’équipe). Contact et devis : firstname.lastname@example.org