Tucked away down a lane in Aberdeen's City Centre, Le Cafe Boheme is a small, intimate restaurant, with an authentic French Cafe decor. Buzzing at lunch, candlelit and warm at night, with jazz in the background.
Tucked away down a lane in Aberdeen city centre, Le Cafe Boheme is a small intimate restaurant, with an authentic French decor: buzzing at lunch, candlelit and warm at night, with jazz in the background. A small and selective menu, serving the very best of modern and traditional French cuisine with a twist of individuality and passion. Le Patron Dominique Mancellon welcomes his new and long-standing customers. Our passion for food and our true appreciation of beauty have travelled with us to Cafe Boheme.
Cafe Boheme is an intimate, traditional bistro-style restaurant in the heart of Aberdeen and only a couple of minutes walk from Union Street. It serves classic French cuisine using the best that Aberdeenshire's larder has to offer.
Slow roast pork belly, chestnut & apple stuffing, squash & carrot puree: "Beautifully presented. 2 slices of stuffed pork belly on a white rectangular plate. The squash and carrot puree sandwiched the pork belly and was artfully arranged in two (almost) symmetrical splashes at opposite ends of the plate." "Pork belly benefited greatly from slow cooking and was meltingly tender to the bite. The exterior had a lovely layer of crispy crackling. The chestnut and apple stuffing was moist and delicious - a perfect marriage with the pork."