Bohemian Brew is a quaint Bistro at Khar . With a gorgeous outdoor seating serving Sheesha amidst the dim lights , a shamiana with board games and exclusive Sheesha , a rejuvenating work space with bean bags , soft sofas , plug points and books and a beautiful Bistro for family get together or high teas or dinner outings , this place is a pleasant surprise !
The decor is simplistic yet so beautiful with colourful lights hanging , with little show pieces hanging and vibrant printed seating .
The staff is kind and warm.
Coming to the food,
Chef Rahul has studied culinary from Le Cordeau Blue , and has worked with Indigo , Masala Library , Taj Agoda Goa till he opened this place with two other partners .
What I really loved about this place ; the food is simple , straight and served right . No excessive presentation or food that appeals to eyes but not to your taste buds . The food here was just so simple , beautiful and amaze ! I felt like “home – touched” feeling .
I basically went for the authentic dishes and skipped the pizzas pasta here .
I tried the watermelon Feta salad . The dressing was spicy and sour ; hence the Feta and Mascarpone nullified it completely resulting into flavours bursting .
Tea Leaf Salad was unique as the green tea seeds were so fresh and went perfectly with the different leaves .
The spicy guava iced tea is refreshing and spices it up totally !
Coming to the appetisers ; I tried the hummus . And the hummus was the best till date ; it was so so delicious that while I am typing this my mouth is watering .
Spicy cheese kaboos; something like quesadillas but filled with cheese and grilled . And what was the highlight ? The Cajun sauce – damn I wish I could pack it inside my bag and take it away . It was lip smacking .
Coming to the mains , I tried the cottage cheese steak with Ratatouille. Trust me , not hyping it but the cottage Cheese was soft that it melted in my mouth and perfectly combined with veggies .
Also experimented a very unique dish that caught my eyes was the lemon grass risotto . It was a very cheesy risotto and the lemon grass flavour to it just pumped it up .
They specialise in teas . They have 30 inhouse teas inspired from so many regions and all of them are spot on . And you can smell the teas from the gorgeous tea smelling tubes .
Tried the lavender tea , it was so fresh and fragrant .
Coming to the flowering teas , The blueberry tea caught my eyes as they put the blueberry into it and it blooms into a flower !
Hibiscus tea has the perfect flavour of freshness and pungency !
But Mumbai lovers ; there is the cutting chai Masala Chai ; I loved that . #AamchiMumbaifeels
The concept ; the food , the staff and everything was just amaze !
Go for a different experience and you would wana return !Yeah