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On Bridge Road to the east of Melbourne city centre, Boheme Restaurant lives up to the trendy reputation of Richmond. With a stylish exposed brick and panelled wood decor, huge windows and an open kitchen, they create a superb atmosphere in which to enjoy a meal, and back it up with a menu that offers Italian dishes all day long to keeping the hungry public of Richmond coming back again and again.
Friendly staff and quick service. Good range in the menu.
Booked online turned up and it wasn’t even open!!!!!! BAD to say the least!!!! Extremely disappointed but your loss had the best meal next door at Potenza Ristorants and will definitely be going back there but not to yours!
Great food! Great price! Highly recommend! Thank you very much!
Richmond is one of the most fashionable areas in Melbourne, and one of the most visited areas for those heading out to eat. Bridge Road is one of the main drags through the district, and has countless restaurants: if you wander down to where the street meets Coppin Street, you’ll find Boheme Restaurant, an Italian eatery with an Aussie twist, where they serve up top-quality food from early in the morning until late at night.
At Boheme, they deal out Australian classics with an Italian edge, and thus the breakfasts that they offer out on Bridge Road are quite spectacular. Green eggs and ham sounds like Dr Seuss ordered it up himself, but it is actually a fusion dish of pesto and and scrambled eggs, representing the heritage of the cafe. Italian specialities play a bigger role in the evening, where gnocchi, pasta and risotto – as well as gourmet pizzas – make their appearance on the menu. Boheme is no secret among the foodies of Melbourne, so it can get busy: make sure you book a table to avoid disappointment.