Bondir @ Cambridge, MA Boston

ive written a pictureless review about bondir before. i revisited bondir recently and figured i would do another one with pictures!

so without further ado, lets get right into it!









homemade maple + mint soda



9 Grain, The Sea, Barley Flour with Cranberries and Walnuts



Black Mission Fig-Almond Flour Tart
Washed Rind Farmstead Cheese, Seared Teff, Puffed Amaranth,
Summer Vegetable Mignardises, Hot Snow



Hand Made Burrata
Heirloom Tomatoes, Melon and Sumac Granite,
Romano Beans, Pickled Green Beans, Confit Lemon Vinaigrette



Roasted Chicken Breast and Saucisse
Rhode Island White Flint Cornmeal Cake, Fried Green Tomato,
Braised Kale, Jacob’s Cattle Beans



Barley Flour Rigatoni
Roasted Shiitake and Black Trumpet Mushrooms with Fava Beans,
Pickled Sweet Corn, Fresh Cream Ricotta



Vermont Wagyu Beef Braised Chuck
Adirondack Pink Potato Salardaises, Dandelion Green, Spelt,
Eggplant Caponata, Braising Jus

super tender tasty! best dish of the night.







i absolutely love this place!! if you wanna read more about this place please check out my older review.

Categories: French, American (New)
279 Broadway
Ste A
Cambridge, MA 02139
(617) 661-0009

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33 thoughts on “Bondir @ Cambridge, MA Boston

  1. we tried to go here for our anniversary but their reservations were booked for weeks! haha we’re going to go later this month. looks amazing

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  3. Your photos are amazingly beautiful.

    By the way, the heirloom tomatoes, melon, romano beans, pickled green beans, and vinaigrette was soooooo mouth wateringly yum looking

  4. Your pictures are excellent! I’m going to Boston in October and am using your list of Boston restaurants to decide where to go.

  5. I just discovered your blog, and I just have to compliment you on your food photos. Everything always looks delicious! It’s maybe a good thing for my waistline that I don’t live in Boston.

  6. Hello,

    I love having your blog as a Boston food resource! My family is coming into town and I have a reservation for both Alden and Harlow and Bondir. Which would you recommend more?

    Thank you!


    1. I like both but depends on what you looking for. Alden and Harlow has more smaller plates, more choices. Bondir is more farm to table. The menu is smaller and changes daily. The atmospheres are completely different. Bondir is more romantic, quiet. Alden and Harlow is more like a bar in a basement. Loud. But u can’t really go wrong with either. I personally likes bondir better.

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