“This is the time of year we can look forward to spring ingredients beginning, slowly, to reappear on plates around town. How does that work in the midst of a comfort food revival?
“Bondir in Cambridge (pictured) serves one very extraordinary sauerbraten, or German pot roast, made with Wagyu beef… It’s absurdly tender”
– Devra First, Globe staff
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Tangerine Dream at Bondir
“To find all the picks on this list, Grub Street’s editors scoured their respective cities, then put the call out to critics around the country and chefs such as Andrew Carmellini, Michelle Bernstein, and Seamus Mullen. What we found were some of the most impressive, eye-popping creations we’d ever seen.”
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[Photo: Erin Reilley/Bondir]
“Bondir thought it could be just another intimate, Cambridge restaurant serving refined but straightforward cuisine inspired by the local bounty. And then Bon Appetit stuck them on its list of “The Best New Restaurants in America in 2011″ and then… boom! Things just haven’t been the same since. Erin Reilley is the critically acclaimed restaurant’s general manager by default: she’s the only manager. She’s been there for three months, and before Bondir she worked for three years as a manager at Hamersley’s.”Read More
“Jason Bond knocked everyone out with his restaurant, Bondir, … a composition with Scituate scallops stands out for its simple, focused flavors.”
By Devra First
“From a flurry of new Mexican restaurants to Kendall Square and the South Boston waterfront taking off as dining out neighborhoods, 2011 brought an array of new places and dishes.
“Before we bid the year goodbye, let’s take a look back at some of its most delicious moments.”
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50 Best Restaurants: A Birthday Makeover for Bondir
“It’s hard to believe it’s been a whole year since chef Jason Bond debuted his new restaurant in Cambridge’s Area Four neighborhood.
“…the Bondir team will be taking a few days off after the fete, celebrating Thanksgiving with a three-day hiatus. And when they return on the 25th? “We release Bondir v. 2.0,” Bond says.”
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Bondir offers diners different and exquisite menu choices every day
Restaurant Review | 4.5 out of 5 stars
By John−Michael Sequeira
“Offering an impressively arrayed, elegantly prepared menu on a regular basis is one thing, but doing it with constantly rotating dishes is another thing entirely…”
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