Which restaurant has the best bread basket in the westchester area?
Getting a great bread basket always starts a meal off right! Who do you think has the best? What is it? What is important to you in a bread basket? Dips? Butters? Oils?
I really do wonder what you had at Zitoune anonymouse. Have been there twice, most recently during RW and definitely no bread of any form on the table. I don't recall any on the first visit either.
X2O is high on my list. Honorable mention to hot pita bread and olive oil at Santorini in Sleepy Hollow and alsothe soft pretzel sticks served with mustard at Emma's Ale House. Nice touch and appropriate for a pub grub type spot. Can't figure out $21 price tag on fish and chips though.
71 Water Grant Street, Yonkers, NY 10701
1127 W Boston Post Rd, Mamaroneck, NY 10543
165 Atlantic Ave, Lynbrook, NY 11563
Emma's Ale House
68 Gedney Way, White Plains, NY 10605
It wasn't really a bread basket but whatever Chutney Masala serves in the beginning is so good, sorry I don't know what it's called but I couldn't stop eating it.
Frankie and Louie's in Port Chester heats their bread-- which in my opinion makes it delicious. Sometimes they offer bruschetta too which I always enjoy.
Angelina's in Tuckahoe has a good display. Pane de Casa, sesame seeded loaf and fresh-made warm foccacia. The oil and the olives are great that come with the bread. Went to Casa Brusco in Eastchester during RW, their oil was infused with lemon-a nice surprise. Speaking of olives, the ones served at the new taverna in Chester Heights are great-good oil, salt and garlic.
219 Main Street, Eastchester, NY 10709