What to Eat at Bar Bolonat, Einat Admony’s New West Village Restaurant

Poussin with Persian rice, potatoes, walnuts, and pomegranate.

Poussin with Persian rice, potatoes, walnuts, and pomegranate.Photo: Melissa Hom

At Einat Admony's brand-new Hudson Street restaurant, which opens tonight, you'll find the Balaboosta and Taïm chef-owner's "personal take on modern Israeli cuisine." That means her menu will include a green fatush salad, shrimp in Yemenite curry, turkey shawarma, and "everyday" cauliflower with peanut tahini. It's the kind of fresh, family-tradition-driven food that you could actually eat every day. Take a look at a few of the dishes, the 45-seat upstairs space, and the menu, straight ahead.

Bar Bolonat

Japanese eggplant with aleppo vinaigrette, sheep’s milk yogurt, marjoram, and orange zest.Photo: Melissa Hom

Bar Bolonat

Grilled baby artichokes with pistachio dukkah.Photo: Melissa Hom

Bar Bolonat

There is a smaller room downstairs that seats 20, and it can be rented out for private dining.Photo: Melissa Hom

Bar Bolonat

Stools with backs — hooray!Photo: Melissa Hom

Menu [PDF]

Bar Bolonat, 611 Hudson St., at 12th St.; 212-390-1545


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