Brut wine bar, Tel AvivDining travel guide
Address: NAHALAT BINYAMIN 36
If you’re looking for a truly unique dining experience, look no further than Brut. This restaurant’s cuisine is inspired by the classic French and Italian kitchens, but with a Middle Eastern twist. You’ll find ingredients like lamb and yogurt from Nazareth, fruit and vegetables from Hebron, and spices from Tel Aviv’s Levinsky Market. The menu features both classic dishes and seasonal creations, often invented the same day they’re served. And the wine list is a love letter to all things French and Italian, with a focus on small-scale producers and Israeli wineries. Brut is an ongoing celebration of local terroir, and you won’t find anything else quite like it.
Brut is small, deeply personal wine bistro in Tel Aviv, founded by yair yosefi and omer ben gal.
Brut’s cuisine is inspired by Yair and Omer’s shared love of the classic French and Italian kitchens, while remaining steadfastly rooted in local Middle Eastern tradition.
The ingredients used in Brut are sourced from the Levant, including lamb and yogurt from Nazareth, fruit and vegetables from Hebron, and spices from Tel Aviv’s Levinsky Market.
There is a stable of classic dishes as well as an ever-changing selection of seasonal dishes, often created the very same day.
In a similar way, Brut’s extensive wine list is a love letter to all things French and Italian while also highlighting Israel’s emerging winemakers.
They also work with Israeli wineries on blends that are grown and bottled exclusively for Brut, which are imported from small-scale producers in Bourgogne and Piedmont. Local terroir is celebrated and examined in Brut.
Along with the physical land and its raw materials, this also includes the culture, communities, and yes, even conflicts that have influenced the land’s character.”
Sunday: 19:00 - 00:00
Monday: 19:00 - 00:00
Tuesday: 19:00 - 00:00
Wednesday: 19:00 - 00:00
Thursday: 19:00 - 00:00
Friday: 19:00 - 00:00
Saturday: 19:00 - 00:00