Basher Fromagerie expands!
The block on Dizengoff between Arlozorov and Jabotinsky has gone recently gone through some major gastronomic changes.
The Tel Aviv institution Café Batya closed but will reopen in the near future at 95 Hashmonaim….A hotel will be built in its place.A bit further north is NOLA (New Orleans for those not in the know) which serves American including mud pie, brownies, cornbread muffins, blueberry muffins and biscuits and gravy. The food menu also has an American (mac and cheese!) twist.
A few doors up from NOLA is Basher Fromagerie which opened in 2010 as a branch of the legendary Basher from the Mahne Yehuda market in Jerusalem. Proprietors Liat and Igor took over an adjacent clothing store (don’t worry, there are plenty left) and have expanded the shop to include an indoor seating area and more extensive wine assortment. The boulangerie style menu uses only the finest ingredients which are sold in the shop and includes cheese platters, sandwiches and delicious buttery baked goods. Future plans include a weekly fondue night.
Basher Fromagerie - Tel Aviv
The communal table ala Le pain Quotidien in the middle of the shop is available for seating and private wine and cheese tastings for up to 10 people.
Communal Dining Table