On the heels of receiving a Michelin Bib Gourmand for the second consecutive year, Bohemian House (BoHo) provides yet another reason to visit – the introduction of new culinary and cocktail menus. Since joining the restaurant in July, Executive Chef Rob Sidor has worked to elevate the Central European-inspired fare.
Chef Sidor’s fare is the culinary counterpart to the welcoming ambiance that is BoHo. The Whitefish with bread dumpling, baby fennel, pecans and pickle butter is light and flavorful, while the Beef Sirloin wrapped in serrano ham, served alongside royal trumpet mushrooms, creamed spinach, parsley root and horseradish tea makes its mark as an original take on the classic bacon-wrapped beef. The Zurek Rye Soup is a rustic Polish dish, featuring kielbasa, root vegetables, hard boiled egg and hearty rye bread. Diners can But rest assured that staples, such as the Beef Cheek Pierogi, Grilled Chicken Paprikash and cult-favorite Pork Schnitzel remain.