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Situated in Sector 38 Noida, Bohemia is a casual dining restaurant known for serving Mediterranean and Italian Cuisine. The ambience is done in shades of white and blue giving it a soothing appeal. The staff is courteous and they make sure that you have a great time. One ought to try the Mac and Cheese Pasta here as it is one of the bests in town. For those with a sweet tooth, Cinnamon Apple and Caramel Pancakes are not to be missed.
I've been there a couple of times and everytime enjoyed the white-sauce pasta. It was too buttery the first time and so mentioned it to the staff the second time and then it came out fine.Didn't really enjoy the chilly paneer though as it was hard.
Bohemia is a small eating out place in Garden Galleria mall in Noida which is something between a cafe and full scale restaurant. Its primarily an Italian restaurant though other dishes like noodles and Indian dishes are also available. A good option to have some snacks or a full course meal while roaming the mall. Visit it at least once.Pros:1. Ambiance: Nice floral decoration in white as the main colour with lot of hand paintings done on the wall makes it a fresh and welcome look.2. Seating: Simple cafe style seating inside. Also there are couple of chairs arranged outside where food can be enjoyed when the weather is good or during nights.3. Food: Food is more or less good but there is inconsistency for sure. For example we ordered Crispy Prawn which has really small pieces of prawn while the Classic Margherita and Grill Fish With Lemon Butter Sauce was excellent. Drinks were good too.4. Price: Bill for a 3 course meal of Rs 1800 is definitely good considering the other restaurants are much pricier. Cons:1. Location: If you are not entering the mall from the main entrance you will not know that this even exists. Located on the first floor it is located on the balcony facing the front entrance of the mall. There are hardly any markings in the mall to guide you.2. Service: Its a small outlet that can serve 30-35 people at max. So service tends to get slow as the orders gets time to come out of the small kitchen.Overall a nice place to hangout with friends and family. Food quality need to improve upon if they want to retain customers otherwise there are enough restaurants and cafes just across the road in Mall of India. Worth a visit at least once.
Bohemia is located on the first floor of the Gardens Galleria Mall, looking out onto the terrace. The entrance is through the terrace; you come in, and you’re greeted by a plethora of paintings—flowers, trees, birds and the like—all across the walls, in the form of murals. The wall right next to us was covered with framed photos of people, too, with a website address for where one could buy the photo frames. I found the décor an odd mix of styles which did not always go together well. The menu (which, by the way, is littered with typos) consists of mostly Mediterranean dishes, with some American ones thrown in: burgers, grills, pasta, pizza, shakes, smoothies and so on. We settled for a Moroccan lamb stew (also available in chicken and vegetarian versions) with couscous, and a chimichurri rubbed fish. This arrived soon enough, and I was a bit disappointed at the look of both dishes: the Moroccan lamb stew looked excessively red and fiery, the fish looked dull and the sauce that accompanied it looked as if it had congealed. My husband and I agreed that none of it looked very appetizing. Surprisingly, though, it all tasted much better than it looked. The Moroccan lamb stew had a lovely flavour of tomatoes and spice (particularly cinnamon) without being fiery, and the small boneless pieces of meat in it were perfectly cooked. The couscous, fluffy and with tiny bits of bell peppers and chopped fresh herb through it, was good, and the accompanying salad—lettuce and sliced olives, mostly—was nothing out of the ordinary, but certainly an appropriate accompaniment. The chimichurri rubbed fish tasted, at first bite, of somewhat raw spice, but that flavour wore off soon, so perhaps it had been a freak mouthful. Very good fresh fish, delicious sauce, nicely sautéed vegetables (not overcooked, thank goodness) on the side, as well as some fluffy and creamy mash. Carried away by the main course, we also ordered an apple crumble with vanilla ice cream. This, we were told, would take ten minutes to arrive, and the timing was adhered to: ten minutes (or a couple of minutes less), our dessert came. While it tasted fine (if no exactly as a crumble should), there were several problems with this, mostly stemming from the fact that the apple base was too wet. It was so wet that the crumble topping had absorbed a good bit of the liquid and so was no longer crumbly the way it should have been. Secondly, the dish had obviously come straight out of the oven and was piping hot, but the scoop of ice cream had been placed right on top, which—given the heat of the apple crumble—meant that the ice cream had already begun to melt and seep into the dessert by the time it was put down at our table. Still. Despite that, not a bad place, especially given that it’s fairly easy on the wallet—we paid just Rs 1343 for our meal, inclusive of all taxes and service charge.
Wow.. It's tasty, it's healthy and it's authentic. Loved everything we ordered from soup/milkshake to pasta/salad.. Keep it up.. Will definitely visit again..
Try asking the staff where Bohemia is and they have no idea..not even Italy is the response! It purports to be an Italian cafe with nice interiors in casual setting. A bit difficult to find but next to a happening Indian restaurant. I was prepared for Indian Italian but what they did was murder it with chilliThe lemonades were good. The Mushroom bruschetta was satisfactory But the pasta aglio olio was stuffed with assorted vegetables and large doses of pepper that made it sting! The vegetable ratatouille was more like an Indian bharta dish with no discernible sense and chili packed intermediate tasteThe staff were oh so unconcerned even though the place was half empty It was impossible to get their attention or get them to light the table candle.The menus were difficult to obtain and the food came in a hurry.And they charge service at 10% without providing it.This is one of the poorest places in the upcoming Gardens Galleria mall and does not merit a visit
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