BÓHA London – New British – Irish Restaurant in Chelsea!

BÓHA London offers an unforgettable drinking and dining experience for discerning guests. Where it’s an intimate dinner, a special occasion, or night out with friends BÓHA London beckons you to indulge in the pinnacle of contemporary luxury hospitality. BÓHA London has taken over the old Chelsea Lodge site on the King’s Road with its restaurant and soon-to-open cocktail bar. A very different kind of British/Irish restaurant has just opened its door in Chelsea that’s aiming straight for the luxury end of the London dining scene.  The high-end destination is styled as a lush restaurant with nature-inspired decor and also features a 1920s-prohibition-themed cocktail speakeasy in the basement. The menu revolves around a fusion of British and Irish cuisine, and aims to contribute to an unforgettable experience.

Irish beef is a big part of the menu, in dishes like Wagyu short rib Irish stew, Irish chocolate fed Wagyu tomahawk and an Irish whiskey marinated, charcoal-cooked Irish Hanger Steak. There’s also a strong Irish influence in dishes like the Kerrs Pink potato carpaccio, served with old Winchester custard and pickled shallot, and hispi cabbage in-house dry aged bacon and beef dripping. And any take on an affogato that includes Five Farms Irish cream has our blessing.

For more information and booking please visit:https://bohalondon.com/