World cuisine


Chefs Assaf Granit and Zohar Sasson have opened Kapara, a high-level Israeli dining experience where the name translates to «my darling» in Hebrew.

The warmth of the welcome mirrors that of Israel itself, and the cuisine is exceptionally generous. Dining alongside the counter, guests witness a culinary show where dishes seem to dance from the kitchen to the table. The menu is an olfactory journey through the delicate spices of the Mediterranean, offering a roster of dishes each more delicious than the last. Highlights include the grilled eggplant with tahini, butter, hazelnut, or the octopus with chickpeas, celery, and grapefruit. Main dishes such as chicken keftas with smoked paprika or sea bass with yogurt and zaatar sauce are flavor-packed delights. For dessert, the «benimousse» chocolate with a hint of olive oil is a treat. Mirroring the Tel Aviv vibe, Kapara features a lively atmosphere fueled by a young and trendy clientele ready to dance into the night. A secret little bar hidden behind a curtain is perfect for continuing the evening with music and house cocktails. Dining at Kapara is a true voyage to Tel Aviv, offering a unique fusion menu and a warm welcome that makes you eager to return. L’Chaim!

  • 7pm to 1an
  • Closed sunday
  • Average price : 75€


9, rue d’Alger, Paris 1st Phone : 07 67 40 56 29
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