What could be stronger and more priceless than a grandmother's love? The name "Boubalé" is a Yiddish term of endearment used by Ashkenazi grandmothers to express affection towards their loved ones and is magnified by Michelin-starred chef Assaf Granit.
Boubalé tells the story of a love affair with cooking that goes back to the dawn of time. It's a story that began on the edge of Eastern Europe, traveled to Jerusalem and then stopped off in Paris, in the Marais district. The concept of Boubalé revolves around the idea of generosity and warmth. It seeks to create an unforgettable experience by immersing guests in the lesser-known Ashkenazi culture, which is as lively and vibrant as a violin tune and as light-hearted as an impromptu gathering with friends. Boubalé aims to become the heart of the Marais district in Paris, pulsating with a celebration of life and the joy of sharing genuine emotions and is a place dedicated to the pleasure of being together.
Breakfast: from 7.00am to 10.30am and 11.00am at weekends
Lunch: from 12:00pm to 14:30pm
Dinner: from 19:00pm to 23:30pm
The restaurant is open every day.