Colombian-influenced Latin fusion menu features fried plantains, ceviche verde, carne guisada, and grilled salmon with a mango-avocado salad
What You'll Get
- $30 Value Towards Latin Fusion Cuisine for Two or More People
The Fine Print
About Bohemia Restaurant
To call someone bohemian is to acknowledge their free spirit, to characterize their sense of curiosity and wanderlust. And so Bohemia Restaurant earns its name, coloring outside the lines of traditional Latin recipes by borrowing ingredients from cuisines around the world. Chef Jorge's global inspirations are seen in dishes such as seafood chowder soup, fried beef liver with onions, chicken fricassee, and steak in creole sauce.
Even the purely Latin dishes are influenced by several nations. The Colombian platter features fried pork, sweet plantains, black beans, and egg, whereas the Venezuelan platter adds stewed beef and avocado. Ceviches are popular, their bright flavors pairing beautifully with smoothies blended from fresh fruits. During breakfast service, guests can take advantage of egg dishes and reading the menu by sunlight instead of a mining helmet.