Bohemia's waiters wear ties - and they're not the only thing with style around here. The tiled floor and the crystal chandeliers give the Bohemia a distinguished atmosphere, drawing both business people and the city's in-crowd. They now mainly serve steaks grilled to your liking on the wood - fire grill. They their home-made sauces - we loved the just slightly sweet ketchup. The bar area at the
front can be bus, so if you prefer a quieter atmosphere, try to get a table in the room at the back.
Don't be scared off by the name of this venue (Rude Ernest): host Ernesto is unhurried and comfy rather than rude. And recently his descendant Juan Carlos took over. The food they put on the plate is Spanish, though with visible Swiss and international influences: gambas al Ajillo (shrimps in garlic sauce), paella flambeado (chicken flambe') or veal chops. As a side dish we recommend nudein Ernesto (pasta with cream and cheese) - no matter if they match your main course, just try them. Sometimes a guitarrero makes the experience even more. Spanish.
Zum Grobe Erenst Restaurant
The Tapas Del Mar is a modern stylish venue with bare concrete walls, a high ceiling and livingroom -style lampshades. On offer are dozens of different Spanish tapas - we recommend going for the tour - which saves you the hassle of choosing and gives you the opportunity of tasting as many things as possible ( 2 people minimum) Besides it's great value. You get some cold starters, as well as wdero (lamb ell as meat and fish tapas and a dessert. Everything we got was freshly prepared and very tasty - be it the pasta de berenjenas (eggplant paste) the gambas al ajlillo or the tender pinchitos cordero (lamb skewers). The service was quick and attentive - we had a really nice evening.