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New Menu Items at The Boheme Restaurant

325 S. Orange Avenue
Orlando FL 32801
407-313-9000
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The Grand Bohemian Hotel is Celebrated as an experience in art and music, and takes center stage as downtown Orlando’s luxury icon. 

From the moment you arrive you will be dazzled with a blend of art, music and memorable hospitality that will immerse the senses.

The Bosendorfer Lounge is always a favorite among the bars downtown with Orlando’s only live jazz music with an Imperial Grand Bosendorfer piano, one of only a handful in the world. Here guests can enjoy wine, cocktails and small bites.

Inside the hotel's restaurant, The Boheme, you can immerse yourself in great taste, rich wood furnishings, hand selected ingredients, and an extensive wine list, that will take your experience beyond a simple meal. It becomes a delicious performance that you’ll want to savor beyond your last bite.

Chef Laurent Hollaender has put together an eclectic menu that will tempt you outside of your comfort zone to a meal that will satisfy more than your hunger. Some new additions to the menu include some Vegan items like Vegan Linguine Bolognese, Beet Poke Bowl and a Spiced Chickpea and Lentil Soup, all of which were fabulous by the way.

The Boheme has also incorporated the use of Black Bee Honey in some it’s cocktails and various food items. Black Bee Honey is a non-profit organization run by young entrepreneurs from the Parramore and Holden Heights communities in Orlando, with a mission to turn communities from food deserts to food oases. 


We started with a tasting of some new and standard appetizers like this staple, Tomato and Burrata with heirloom tomatoes, olive oil, aged balsamic, fresh oregano, fleur de sel & cracked pepper.

Beef Carpaccio is also another standard menu item at The Boheme, made with marinated dry aged Wagyu, shaved Parmesan, arugula, crispy capers and mustard aioli.

Grilled Peach Salad is a new addition that is perfect for spring and summer, this salad was very good and refreshing with field greens, pecans, goat cheese, raspberries, cornbread croutons and a fig & sherry vinaigrette.

Calamari is served family style, so there is more than enough to share. With a nice batter on the calamari, jalapenos, olives, piquillo peppers, capote capers, Meyer lemon, oregano, Moroccan harissa sauce, this is definitely a notable dish with distinct flavors not found on most calamari offerings.

I really found the Beet Poke Bowl very interesting and quite tasty. This is one of the new Vegan items with marinated beets, kimchi cucumbers, radish, carrots, grilled scallions, avocado and jasmine rice.

Vegan Linguine Bolognese was simply outstanding, I could not believe this tasted so good, made with ground cauliflower, mushrooms, carrots, onions, pumpkin seeds and sun dried tomatoes topped with cashew Parmesan.

Spiced Chickpea and Lentil Soup is also part of the new Vegan selection at The Boheme, this was a very savory and tasty soup with onions, carrot, turmeric, fried chickpeas, lemon and micro greens.

After all the Vegan dishes, It was time for some meat… and this new addition to the menu, a 42 oz. 1855 Beef Tomahawk was a show stopper. This gets Flambeed and carved table side and is served with grilled asparagus, grape tomatoes, yukon gold potatoes, yellow beet mash and a side of Porcini mushroom Sauce… simply amazing!

We ended our evening with a refreshing Blueberry Lavender Gelato and this excellent Black Bee Honey Cheesecake with orange blossom honey cheesecake, Grand Marnier caramel sauce and a honeycomb waffle crisp.

Located moments away from downtown’s cultural gems, as well as Orlando’s magical theme parks, The Grand Bohemian Hotel fosters a setting that celebrates creativity and inspires the soul, and the same can be said for The Boheme Restaurant .

Chef Laurent Hollaender and his staff have done a wonderful job of upholding quality menu items that taste just as good as they look and will encourage you to try something new and exciting.


The Boheme is open on Sundays as well for some of the best brunch in downtown Orlando. They are open daily for dinner from 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm, and on Sunday they close at 9:00pm. Sunday Brunch is from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm 

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