La Bohemia cafe is a little gem hidden away in Nobel Park. It’s small, cute and ran but friendly staff. We ordered our meals the day before (we had that day) so we could eat quickly and get back to the grind after lunch. The food came out quick smart and we were ready to chow down.
The churrasco is a sandwich filled with porterhouse, fresh veggies, avo
Churrasco – $13
Thin slices of porterhouse, avocado, tomato, lettuce, fried onion & homemade mayo
The chacarero is the same as the churrasco except instead of the lettuce and fried onion, it has green beans (how exotic does that sound!). Yep, this was GINORMOUS with heaps of filling and the beans gives it nice zing. The beans weren’t crunchy but more of squishy squashed beans. Like the churrasco, it was also missing something to give it oomph.
Chacarero – $14
Thin slices of porterhouse, avocado, tomato, green beans & homemade mayo
The staff are super friendly and we were able to order our meals the day before so by the time we got there, our food was all ready to be eaten. The portions are MASSIVE and the sandwiches were pretty decent too. If you’re in the area, it’s definitely a place to check out for some local Chilean food.