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Posted on: Thursday, 22 October 2009

La Boheme Restaurant in Sea Point

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La Boheme

La Boheme

A friend resides in Sea Point and has been raving about La Boheme Restaurant in Sea Point that has opened up on Main Road so we gave it a try on Tuesday evening.  I’m so glad we did!  At R85 for a 2 course meal we were off to a good start, and the delicious food cemented La Boheme on one of my new favourite eateries …

I tried the grilled polenta with marinated aubergine and a tomato relish as a starter and then had the very tasty lamb, mushroom and rosemary pie as a main course.  Both servings were generous but not enough to leave one feeling bloated!

Other starters were beef carpaccio and feta phyllo parcels and several of our group had a spicy chicken tagine as a main course.  Main courses are also served with vegetables for the table – a nice change indeed.
Our total bill per head was R135 each, including soft drinks, two bottles of decent rose (wines are also served by the glass) and a tip for the super efficient waitress.

La Boheme

La Boheme

Although we sat at one of the outside tables, there are enough tables inside the shop and the modern, fuss free interior gives a good atmosphere.

La Boheme Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, Monday through to Saturday.  I would definitely recommend La Boheme – a welcome addition to the Sea Point Restaurant scene.

Address & Contact:
La Boheme, 341 Main Road (corner of Main and Albany), Sea Point, Cape Town.
Telephone: +27 (0)21 434-8797

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Photograph: Vibey Sea Point on the Atlantic Seaboard in Cape Town

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