Cambridge, MA 02139
Chef-owner Jason Bond's 20 years in the restaurant industry - and exhaustive search for just the right location - come to fruition at Bondir. Located on Broadway in Cambridge, the cozy, farm house-style restaurant boats just 28 seats and a kitchen built for two.
From the aforementioned teeny kitchen, Bond demonstrates his simple philosophy of quality and care (as well as his well-honed technique and style) via a daily changing menu. His dishes, served on mismatched plates picked up at auctions and antique shops all over New England, showcase the pastoral and marine bounty of New England - vegetables picked the same day, fish just hours out of the ocean and pasture-raised meats.
The intimate restaurant also offers a finely curated selection of American and European wines and beers, which can be enjoyed with dinner or in the small fireplace salon.
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Coming from a family of ranchers, Chef Jason Bond grew up in Wyoming and Kansas. After studying music in college, he drove to the East Coast to study cuisine. His resume includes stints under many nationally known chefs and at restaurants like The Inn at Little Washington and The Ryland Inn.
Bond has studied charcuterie in Paris and traveled extensively in France as a way of expanding his knowledge of cheese. He spent four years at No. 9 Park where he ultimately became Chef de Cuisine. He assisted Chef-Owner Barbara Lynch in designing and opening both B&G Oysters and The Butcher Shop.
After a year working on the other side of the swinging door and a year at Burdick Chocolates as Chef, Bond returned to the Boston area as a consulting chef at Restaurant Pava in Newton.
After five years as the Chef at the Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro, Bond opened Bondir, a cozy, farm house-style restaurant with just 28 seats and a kitchen built for two. The restaurant, a culmination of twenty some odd years in the restaurant industry, showcases Bond's simple philosophy of quality and care - vegetables picked the same day, fish hours out of the ocean and pasture-raised meats tastefully prepared and presented.