K'Far - meaning "village" – is an all-day cafe and bakery, inspired by the food, energy and warmth of Israeli bakeries that Michael Solomonov discovered at his first kitchen job, working at a bakery in a town just outside of Tel Aviv, K'Far Saba.
K'Far's menu features Israeli pastries – such as bourekas, rugelach, and babka – and an all-day menu of salads and grain bowls, as well as toasts made with traditional Yemenite Kubaneh bread and Jerusalem Bagel sandwiches, all made in-house.
During the evening, we offer table service where wood-fired entrees take center stage, including T’bit, an Iraqi-style Sabbath dish, and Turkish Stuffed Eggplant, cooked in the restaurant’s hearth oven. Our beverage program focuses on low-proof, aperitif-style cocktails.
Cuisine: Israeli Cafe and Bakery
Location:110 S.19th Street, Philadelphia