Our waitress was so friendly; she made up for the lack of other people wanting to sit with us! And she helped guide us through the menu choices whilst keeping our wine glasses topped up.
- Mojama (air dried tuna) 20gm
- Fisk’s wessex saddleback pickled pork belly 30gm
- Hervey Bay scallop with Serrano, lemon & bread
- Charcoal grilled lamb t-bone
- Quail with pistachio & buckwheat
- Tomato, burrata & aged sherry vinegar toast with hand filleted Nassari anchovy
- Tuna tartare and seaweed crackers
- Shark Bay king prawn pil pil
- Goat’s curd sorbet with rhubarb & pistachio
The little montadidos with the anchovy is memorable, Basically a teeny bruschetta thing that we shared so it ended up being a bite each and it was salty and tomatoey and then creamy with the mozzarella with some toasty tones throughout from the bread. Definitely a reason to return and to try the others in this section.
The scallop was delicious - sweet scallop, salty bacon, toasty buttery crumbs and then a little lemon. How can you go wrong? Tuna tartare is worth a mention - chunky cubed tuna on a salty cracker - yum. Lamb was tender.
We went on and shared a generous platter of cheese. We finally got some friends and they shared our communal table and actually helped us with our leftover cheese! We finished up with the goat's curd sorbet which Natalie wanted to try and I think it's more a palatte cleanser than a dessert. There's got to be more satisfying desserts but all the more reason to return!
Bomba deserves to be da bomb! It's exciting, vibrant and on trend with it's feasting and sharing vibe and with one eye on the wallet too. There is nothing to not love about Bomba. Every one needs Bomba in their lives!