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From a spinal column dish. To a mixed salad. Then belly of lamb. This place is very original. Different. But tasty...The best of all...crispy sourdough bread to mopup the rich sauces. Try it out...it will not disappoint.
Brut Wine Bar is a great wine bar in Tel Aviv.
It is a small establishment with indoor bar-style seating (both at the bar and facing the two exterior windows) as well as outdoor table seating.
It is well positioned on a corner in Nahalat...More
I accidentally stumbled in Brut because it was one of the last places open and snagged the last bar seat. The place was packed but the service was good and attentive. I got a lamb stew dish which took a while to make but it...More
Food was nice and also the serving and service. Not huge selection but quite unique offering, original dishes. Also nice wine to pair with the different dishes. Music was nice as well. Place is nice but small, mostly bar seatings, ideal for a couple dinner...More
We had a reservation - we were seated late. We had 45 minutes before the kitchen closed (23:00). They forgot one of our dishes - so we ate a very light fish dish after a heavy meat dish and that messed up the taste palate...More
the place is very small, inside there are only bar tables around the preparation area and some facing the windows, outside there are some tables on the sidewalk.
we sat on the bar which was interesting and fun to watch the dishes being plated throughout...More
We went here assuming we’d end up in a French bistro, but the food was a mix of all kinds of dishes including pasta. Nothing bad, but not what we were hoping for. Nothing outstanding. The plates were small, the only real good thing was...More