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Fondue Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 12:00 am
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856 9th Ave New York, NY 10019
856 9th AveUSNYNew York10019
$$Fondue Restaurant, Cheese Shop
Fondue Restaurant
Cheese Shop
Tapas Restaurant
Wine Bar
Mediterranean Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Monday 11:00 am – 12:00 amTuesday 11:00 am – 12:00 amWednesday 11:00 am – 12:00 amThursday 11:00 am – 12:00 amFriday 11:00 am – 1:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 1:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Unique to New York, Kashkaval is a cheese and gourmet foods market in the front, and an intimate, candlelit wine and cheese bar in the back.
Enjoy one of our delicious fondues with a glass of wine, or sample our large cheese selection by creating your own cheese plate.

Visit our gourmet market and select from over 100 international cheese varieties, imported olives, cured salamis & meats, and gourmet salads, soups & sandwiches.

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This gourmet cheese market features a rear wine bar serving fondue & Mediterranean small plates.- Google
People talk about fondue, turkey meatballs, sampler, walnut pepper spread and middle eastern
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Rob Neuhaus
reviewed 2 months ago
The vegetarian tapas were great, especially the Peppadew (small peppers stuffed with goat cheese and mint, OMG!) The Kashkaval fondue was mildly disappointing, I expected it to be great, and it was merely good. They had a Founders Centennial IPA on tap which I thoroughly enjoyed.
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Jesi Mac Leod
reviewed 4 months ago
The place is ideal for either a date or dinner with a bunch of friends, the table at the back (hidden between the bottles) is the best. The fondues are amazing, the best one is the Kashkaval, we share 2 plus 5 tapas for 4 people. The cider is tasty, but you should go for the wine
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Sarah Wainio
reviewed 8 months ago
Not your average fondue joint. The Gorgonzola fondue will rock your world. You really can't go wrong with any of the dishes. Try a sampling of the Mediterranean tapas; specifically the walnut dish. The atmosphere is fantastic. The back dining area is transformed and unrecognizable from the front which is like a deli. Try picking up a lunch at the front of the store and taking it for a picnic to Central Park.
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Mark Allen
reviewed 3 months ago
4.5 stars. Kashkaval offers wine, fondue, and Mediterranean tapas that are to-die-for. I came here with a group of 4 to celebrate my wife's birthday. Although I had called to make a reservation the day before, the hostess told me over the phone that the smallest reservation that could be made was for 6 people, but that it "wouldn't be a problem" since we should be able to "walk right in" at 8:00 pm. I was a bit surprised thinking it would be at the peak time for dinner on a Friday but took her at face value. Well, there was obviously a slight bit of miscommunication as when we arrived (in the midst of a huge rainstorm), the restaurant was packed to the gills. Although we had to wait an hour for our table, the hostess hooked us up with a free bottle of wine and hummus appetizer, which was fabulous and added to the anticipation. When we sat down, our waiter was extremely helpful in providing strategic suggestions for plates to share. Ordering two cheese fondues was perfect for four people, and the bread cubes were homemade sourdough and delicious. The meal highlights were the eggplant (amazing) and brussel sprouts (seriously). My wife adored the chocolate fondue at the end (by that time, I was stuffed and just enjoying my wine). All in all, Kashkaval is now our favorite Mediterranean joint in the city, and we definitely would recommend it as an excellent spot to bring out-of-town guests.
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Betty Chan
reviewed 4 months ago
One of the best Mediterranean restaurants I’ve been too. Lunch dishes are a steal and try their cheese and wine. Our server was also knowledgeable on what cheeses go with which wines and even beer. I thought beer was just chugging. I might consider catering from them too for an office party.
Audrey Righter
reviewed 4 months ago
Sadly, this once excellent consistent Turkish market, has declined under transfer of ownership. Standards from the take out counter were practically inedible, tasting mildly like dishwater…including mushy grape leaves and tzatziki


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