La Bohème Restaurant
2 George’s Street
Tel/Fax (051) 875 645
People often ask us what La Boheme means. It’s quite simple really. Before settling in Waterford, we moved around a lot, living in different places. You could say our lifestyle was a little unusual, even bohemian. So when we eventually found this place and opened the restaurant, we wanted a name that reflected our personality and captured the essence of what we wanted to create; a taste of France in the heart of Waterford, where the moment you stepped through the door, you were transported to the continent.
And that’s what endeared us to the vaults of the Georgian building we chose to restore. Its flagstone floors, lime washed walls and arched ceilings reminded us of the great kitchens of the French chateaux, their old world charm and classic culinary ambience. It was meant to be a restaurant. It has the heart and soul of a kitchen with the warmth and character of a home.
La Boheme Waterford are delighted to announce that our own Head Chef Eric representing Brittany in the Loch Fyne Celtic Cook Off 2014 was the overall winner! Stiff competition from the other Celtic Chefs certainly gave Eric a run for his money. We look forward to the event which will take place in West Cork in 2015! Picture taken by Bill Baillie Photography.
Open every Bank Holiday Sunday from 5.30pm
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Christine collecting the Business Woman of the Year Award for 2014 at the FAB Waterford in Dooley's Hotel in May 2014.
We also were awarded the Best in Food/Agri Food Business at the FAB Awards. La Boheme Waterford would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who voted for us, we really appreciate your continued support and are delighted to have won the Best in Food/Agri Food Business for Waterford. Thank you all!
Photo by Garrett FitzGerald Photography