SQL interceptors are a way to apply filtering by tenant for securing multi-tenant applications. Here is a good read on it http://xabikos.com/2014/11/18/Create-a-multitenant-application-with-Entity-Framework-Code-First-Part-2/
However, you need to be careful with it since they modify your query at runtime.
Specifically, DbExpressionBuilder.Bind(databaseExpression) in the interceptor causes a random variable to be created which creates a random query text for the same query on every reinitialize which is generally a recycle on the VM where the application is running.
This puts unnecessary unnecessary pressure on QDS (Query Data Store).
Also, if you force a query plan for a specific query hash, a new query hash will be generated the next time so the forced plan will not work.
To fix this, make sure to bind it with a specific variable name like DbExpressionBuilder.BindAs(databaseExpression, "Filter")