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Basher Fromagerie

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Basic Information

Location Ets Khayim Street 20, Jerusalem, Israel
Country Israel
City Jerusalem

General Information

Open to visitors yes
Need appointment no
Handicap accessibility no
Website http://basher.co.il/index.php?page=pages&pid=96
Geographical Coordinates 31.78544,35.21273

Summary

When standing at the doorstep of Basher Fromagerie, the size of the store makes it difficult to believe that this is the biggest cheese shop in the country. But don’t let the size deceive you. Upon realizing that you are looking at more than 1000 types of cheese, most of which are Israeli, it quickly becomes clear as to why they hold the title! Eli Basher fell in love with the European cheese culture in Paris and now imports cheeses, beers, wines and more, in an attempt to share his love of high quality delicacies. If you are looking for a specific kind of cheese, you are sure to find it at Basher Fromagerie.

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