I liked the decor of the place with its retro European posters, velvet curtains, bistro feel and we chose from the lunch menu and concentrated on trying different tapas.
I was a little baffled by the order our food came out but that didn't stop it from tasting good. The chorizo came out first with a blob of creamy mayo. Dense and savoury with a paprika piquancy it was sliced thickly so wasn't overly dry which sometimes it can be. Definitely enjoyable.
Patatas bravas were a little bit of a surprise. Four bite sized cylinders of potato, slightly bevelled inside to house a spicy tomato salsa and a dollop of sour cream. Crispy, spicy, then cool and refreshing these were delicious. So much so we had to order another portion! Expensive really considering there were only four bites per serve but just really tasty.
Grilled rabbit with globe artichokes and romesco sauce was our final dish and it was a great little rabbit course. Stuffed with boudin noir and on some mash it was elegant and delicious.
The Bohemian is a really pleasant place to dine. It's not easy to eat outdoors as it's in a bit of a wind tunnel but inside it's cosy but not too close together and has a charming vibe to it.