Party Earth Review Boheme Kitchen and Bar is a trendy restaurant and bar catering to ultra-hip media and music types. The restaurant can’t help but captivate onlookers as it literally overflows onto the street with its enormous open bay... ... read full review
19-21 Old Compton Street
London W1D 5JJ
Northern, Piccadilly Lines: Leicester Square
020 7734 5656
M–W 11am–1am, Th–Sa 11am–3am, Su noon–midnight
Covent Garden / Soho, London –
Boheme Kitchen and Bar is a trendy restaurant and bar catering to ultra-hip media and music types.
The restaurant can’t help but captivate onlookers as it literally overflows onto the street with its enormous open bay windows and sidewalk tables. Inside, the décor is minimalist and modern, with unfinished wood floors, steel tables, and black leather chairs.
An island bar in the center serves Soho’s glitterati, while plush leather couches, earth-toned pillows, and flickering candles reflecting in the polished wood of the tables create a sultry lounging area.
Although on the small side, the well-planned layout makes the place seem crowded without being uncomfortable, and the throng of chatty diners contributes a lively buzz.
Not to be missed is the kitchen side of the equation – Boheme offers a fabulous menu of British and American food, generous portions, and exquisite presentation that makes a meal here all the more exciting.
Given its location in the heart of bustling Soho, Boheme is the perfect place to start an evening before heading to the surrounding bars and clubs.
Trendy Londoners and stylish media and music types, 20s to 40s.
Noncommercial electro, jazz, and house music. Classic black-and-white movies shown on the TVs, but without sound.
Extensive menu of modern English and American cuisine, including soups, salads, sandwiches, fresh seafood, steak, chicken, and pasta. Sunday brunch served noon–5pm.
Sunday brunch £5–£10, prix fixe menu £12/two courses and £15/three courses, appetizers £5+, entrées £8–£17. Beer £3.25+, wine £4.60+, cocktails £8, mixed drinks £5.50+.
Any night around 7pm. The restaurant is always busy, so those going for a pre-show dinner will want to give themselves plenty of time.