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5 of the Best Israeli Restaurants in Paris

Our list of the best Israeli restaurants in Paris has our favourite spots to try Levantine and Israeli in the French capital. There are some amazing Israeli restaurants in Paris serving up awesome dishes inspired from the region. From street food to fine dining, we’ve rounded up our favorite spots to eat Mediterranean, Levantine and Israeli food.

Where to Find Really Good Israeli Food in Paris

Paris has some really good Israeli restaurants highlighting the food from the region in some fantastic settings in the capital. Restaurant are listed in no particular order!


Chiche is a fantastic Israeli Cantine style restaurant in the 10th arrondissement, close by to the Canal Saint-Martin. It’s a lovely spot to grab brunch or lunch with some insanely flavourful dishes on offer.

The small restaurant has a bright open space with industrial accents and decor inspired by life in Tel Aviv. It’s small, intimate and a very nice place to eat in.

chiche paris shakshuka

On the menu are some Jewish deli classics such as an incredible pastrami sandwich with loads of freshly sliced cured and cooked brisket, red cabbage, pickles and mayo. It’s smoky, rich with a touch of acidity from the pickles. Their version of Shakshuka is superb – full of flavour and very nicely balanced. It comes with a freshly grilled pita which is crunchy yet soft and fluffy in the middle.

Finally their Malabi dessert is one of the best I’ve tasted with a lovely sweet pomegranate syrup on top.

What to know before you visit

  • Open for lunch 12-3pm Monday-Friday
  • Open for brunch on weekends 10:30am-4:30pm
  • You can reserve for lunch midweek

Address: 29bis Rue du Château d’Eau, 75010
Tel: 01 42 00 96 14


Looking for an Israeli & Levantine fine dining experience in Paris? Shabour is an awesome 1 Michelin Star restaurant located just off rue Montorgueil in the heart of the city.

Situated in an 17th century building, the open, exposed stone walled restaurant features bar space around the high tech kitchen. It’s an experience – expect to eat for around 2 hours and it’s a real spectacle.

Started by Israeli Chef, Assaf Granit, back in 2021, the restaurant quickly gained their 1st Michelin star. Tasting menus are the only thing on offer here with 7 & 9 courses on offer depending on if you come for lunch or dinner.

There’s some real quality cooking on show here and very inventive flavour pairings and it’s all connected to the Mediterranean. Red mullet grilled to perfection and served with a spiced bouillabaisse style broth. Lobster poached and served with aubergine and textures of fennel. It’s fun, refined and incredibly tasty.

What to know before you visit

  • You can reserve online
  • Tasting menus only
  • Open for lunch Friday & Saturday
  • Open for dinner Monday – Saturday

Address: 19 Rue Saint-Sauveur, 75002
Tel: 06 95 16 32 87


Back to the more street food genre, Broche pumps out some incredible charcoal grilled Israeli style shawarmas and they’re awesome. Nestled in a small side street in the heart of the 2nd arrondissement, this tiny kebab spot serves up some seriously good food with a few cheffy twists.

Their meat sharwamas, which are a mix of lamb and chicken, are grilled on a horizontal spit over charcoal giving the edges a beautiful charred BBQ flavour. It’s crispy yet supremely juicy!

broche paris shawarma

The pita breads are equally as good with a beautiful crust and a soft, pillow interior. They’re stuffed with seasonal crunchy veg, mint and their house garlic sauce.
If you’re a vegetarian then they do a really good falafel version!

What to know before you visit

  • Open Monday-Saturday 12-3pm
  • There’s limited counter seating inside

Address: 49 Pass. des Panoramas, 75002


Alluma is another fantastic Israeli fine dining restaurant. Located on the buzzing rue Saint-Maur in the capital’s 11th district, Tel-Aviv native Liran Tal cooks up some incredible food his intimate, bright restaurant.

It’s tasting menus only here and wow are they good. They’re not only well executed and diverse in excellent produce, they’re also very reasonable. Their Thursday and Friday lunch menu comes in at only €25 and you’re looking at €64 for 6 courses in the evening.

The food is refined with Mediterranean dishes peppered with influences from Israel. Textures of watermelon; compressed (in a vacuum chamber), jelly, feta cream and an awesome za’atar infused syrup was stunning. Swordfish steaks grilled over a charcoal BBQ to a perfect cuisson were served with a harissa beurre blanc which was really good.

What to know before you visit

  • You can reserve online
  • They’re closed on weekends
  • Open for lunch only on Thursday and Friday

Address: 151 Rue Saint-Maur, 75011
Tel: 09 85 11 88 33

L’as du Falafel

I couldn’t not include a falafel restaurant on the famous rue des Rosiers in this list. In my opinion, L’as du Falafel is the best falafel restaurant in the city serving up Israeli style pitas to go. The crowds that queue up for their pitas probably agree with me too! But don’t worry, they move quickly and they take payment in the queue.

l'as du falafel Israeli restaurant

Their pita wraps are incredible – saucy, crunchy, well seasoned and very generous. Their falafels are fresh too and you’ll most likely get them straight out of the fryer – they’re crunchy on the outside and very moist in the inside. Roast aubergine, pickles and tons of tahini sauce top it to make it a really delicious, healthy lunch or dinner.

What to know before you visit

  • They’re closed on Saturdays
  • The takeaway queue moves surprisingly quickly – don’t worry!
  • There’s a started area inside for more substantial dishes

Address: 34 Rue des Rosiers, 75004
Tel: 01 48 87 63 60

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