Fish Soup Rouille with house croutons Terrine of Foie Gras and caramelized shallots Tuna Carpaccio served with vintage olive oil
Crudite chicken cutlet or Grilled Chicken Breast served on a bed of iceberg lettuce with seasonal mushrooms,
soy sauce and croutons. Grilled Salmon with a side of stir fried mixed vegetables, served on a bed of iceberg lettuce
Foie Gras with apples Foie Gras home plate, foie gras, smoked duck breast served with apple tort and salad
Duck Breast sauce Entire mile Pave de Boef, foie gras based sauce potato mushroom castle perigordian Veal Chop Normandy
Rack of Lamb and Oriental sauce
Seared Tuna with sesame puree and pure olive oil Fillet of Wild Sea Bass roasted with sea salt st basmati rice Filet of Sole Meuniere braised with fennel
Chocolate cake and vanilla ice cream
Meili-melo fresh fruit
information about Kavod
Paris Beit Din
Hours Sun - Fri Lunch 12n-2:30pm
Sun - THu Dinner 7:30-11pm
In the epicenter of Paris, steps away from the Champs-Elysées, one of the most beautiful avenues in the world, and the Golden Triangle, a very upscale shopping district, discover one of the biggest names in French kosher dining: Le Kavod Restaurant.
Le Kavod comes from the Hebrew, meaning to honor; the name conveys the bistro’s famed hospitality and warm welcome of their guests. Fittingly, the Israeli Embassy is also nearby.
The restaurant is a cosmopolitan yet cozy space, with a bar tucked in the back. The walls are decorated withwinsome arrangements of photographs, and the setting warmed with fresh flowers. Polished, elegant furniture and floor-to-ceiling windows add to its magnificent visual impact. Its traditional yet trendy ambiance makes it ideal for families, and business meetings, as well as super-romantic dates.
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Le Kavod’s diverse menu includes a range of French classics, which are constantly refined by the talented chef, as well as more sophisticated, inventive cuisine in astounding flavors and variety. Dishes to try include: the Tuna Carpaccio appetizer, served with vintage olive oil, and the Foie Gras platter, with smoked duck breast, apple tort and salad. The fish soup is a standout. And the rack of Lamb in Oriental sauce is one the most notable entrees. For dessert, there’s Molten Chocolate cake, a house favorite, gourmet coffees and a Chocolate fondue, that is much more savory than the American cheese version.
For all your private functions, Le Kavod offers seating for 60 people, and a buffet reception for 100.
KOSHER STEAK TARTARE HERE TO STAY I HOPE AND WILL.
Invited at that innovative new restaurant two nights ago when in Paris. Enjoyed a wonderful dinner, delicious tender meat dish, humble, pleasant service, overall fine food and an amazing athmosphere.. Do try it... best, Shoshana Corfe