Food and drink
Robust, rib-sticking, flavourful fare. Co-owner Faisel is a wine buff and the by-the-glass list is excellent.
Try the pork belly - it's amazing! I also love their slow cooked casseroles in the winter months. Sister restaurant, La Bruixa, is situated next door and they serve an ever-changing array of authentic Spanish tapas (which you can have at your table).
La Boheme is buzzing, laid back, intimate and friendly - just what a local bistro should be.
Friendly and efficient at best, slow and scatty at worst.
Sea Point Main Road.
Main courses are, on average, 60 Rand.
La Bruixa (next door) serves coffees and tapas.
- People watching
- Chilling out