This popular Soho brasserie certainly boasts a prime position - it's on a busy part of Old Compton Street, with room enough on the pavement for a few al fresco tables. They get snapped up sharpish when the sun shines, so be quick.
It's a flexible spot, too, open from breakfast right through to late night plates. There's a French slant to food, so expect charcuterie, pâtés, escargots, steak tartare and all kinds of 'oeufs'. Plats du jour keep things interesting.
Later night bites include steak frites, ham and cheese croquettes, burgers and croque-monsieurs et madames. A France-focused wine list is served alongside well-known draught and bottled beers, as well as classic cocktails.
|Venue name:||Café Bohème||Contact:|
13 Old Compton Street
|Opening hours:||Open 8am-3am Mon-Sat; 8am-10.30pm Sun. Meals served 8am-2.30am Mon-Sat; 8am-10pm Sun.|
|Transport:||Tube: Leicester Square tube|
|Price:||Main courses £6-£15. Set meal (noon-7pm) £11.50 2 courses, £13.50 3 courses. Cover (Fri, Sat) £5 11pm-2am.|
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Can't really go wrong here. The atmosphere is fun and the food pretty good. There are seats outside on the street if you get there early enough around lunchtime or evening which makes it the perfect people watching spot. As the name suggests it's a French restaurant with a pretty straight forward but varied menu. I can recommend the steak and chips! Right in Soho this is always a safe option at any time of day.
Café Boheme is always a safe Soho bet – great service, décor and delicious French food that doesn’t break the back account. I went there on a Monday night – and was lucky I had booked, otherwise I wouldn’t have been able to get a table! (impressive for a Monday) and meant the atmosphere was buzzing and busy. If the sun is blazing outside, the rich red and brown décor inside feels a little heavy, but there are a few tables outside (if you’re lucky enough to get one).
Great local cafe in Soho. Always consistent and prices very reasonable for food and drinks. Staff good though as the bar itself is small serving times can be a little long at peak hours.
The staff are also pretty cool about you drinking on the pavement no doubt in the face of the local council's wishes.
Perfect place for people watching
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