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About K'Far

Meaning “village” in Hebrew, K’Far is an Israeli bakery & café inspired by the food, energy and warmth of Israeli bakeries that Chef Mike Solomonov experienced at his very first kitchen job: working at a bakery in his hometown just outside of Tel Aviv, K’Far Saba.

K'Far's menu features Israeli pastries – such as borekas with Bulgarian feta, chocolate rugelach, and babka – and lunch menu of salads and grain bowls, as well as toasts made with traditional Yemenite Kubaneh bread and pressed Jerusalem Bagel sandwiches, all made in-house. Beverage-wise, K'Far offers a full coffee drink menu with beans by local favorite, Ox Coffee, and cocktails.

We welcome guests on a first come, first serve basis, no reservations required. We start a waitlist when the restaurant is fully seated, and send a text once a table becomes available.

  • Zahav table setting
  • Zahav dishes
  • Taboon
  • Cocktail