Shosh: Israeli street food reinvented in sandwiches by the chefs of Shabour restaurant
When we see the atmosphere currently in Tel Aviv with the release of Covid, we would so much like to find the festive evenings and the Israeli cuisine of Balagan and Shabour.
The team made up of Assaf Granit, Dan Yosha, Uri Navon and Tomer Lanzman does not give up and reopens, for a pop up, 19 rue Saint-Sauveur.
Every day, you can get a preview of this new concept called Shosh, which will host a Levantine caterer, a delicatessen and its cellar from the start.
In the meantime, we can already discover a taste of the good products soon to be offered with each day two sandwich recipes with essential flavors of Israeli cuisine. Foodies can choose, in a homemade zaatar bread, between Havita (€ 11), the vegetarian version composed of a melting omelet with herbs and parmesan, fresh labneh with Kalamata olives, pickled cucumber, tomatoes and herbs fresh; or the Sofrito (€ 14) which includes a turmeric-flavored chicken stew with dried apricots and ginger, chickpeas, shawarma cabbage, amba (this mango condiment), a yogurt sauce and fresh herbs.
This is perfect to travel for your lunch and wait until the two addresses reopen ...
19, rue Saint-Sauveur - Paris 2
Open Wednesday to Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Available for delivery and on site