Review on Café Bohème
Dominque Mancellon is a charming patron who invites customers to sample a taste of France in this buzzy bistro down a lane in Aberdeen city centre. The place serves up enticing bourgeois food to a lively lunchtime crowd, while evening diners have the bonus of candlelight and cool jazz in the background.
The surroundings evoke the spirit of decadent Paris and the cooking keeps faith with the past, while tempting the palate with some innovative, up-to-the-minute ideas. Here you will find a few old favourites such as chicken liver parfait, venison bourguignon and confit of duck alongside twice-baked black pudding soufflé with beetroot and cider jelly, Moroccan spiced lamb fillet with roast butternut squash and chickpea salsa, and pan-fried squid with ratatouille, orange and chilli dressing.
Elsewhere, a ragoût of snails comes with roast garlic and parsley risotto, while desserts might feature a mini tarte Tatin with apple sorbet, pecan and apple crumble or caramel and chocolate ganache with peanut butter parfait and chocolate brownie terrine.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 1.45pm Tue-Sat
Dinner: 6.00 - 9.00pm Tue-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card