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Just stopped whilst passing through Coin
Elected to take the menu Del Dia (€11.90)
What a surprise fantastic well cooked and presented fare
Being a cool November day it was a little cool in the dinning room but will definitely return when eating in courtyard...(warmer weather)
Before I thought about leaving a review I had taken pictures of our starters because they looked so good the rest was equally as goodMore
The restaurant all together is lovely, nice big outside area under a shady olive tree. I got served quickly and the food was good.
But one big, big minus was the waiter. He made it quiet clear that he holds tourists responsible for the outbreak...of covid19 in spain and didn't make me feel very welcome.
So I don't suggest to go there if you are from any other country than Spain. Sadly.More
I don't think I have ever had a meal like it anywhere in the world. It was absolutely dreadful. A freezing cold restaurant in January ( not sure whether the fire was lit or just a red light inside, but no heat from it.
The...pate starter was the best part. It went rapidly downhill from there. The steak( veal) was inedible, apart from the fact you would have needed a chop saw to cut it. Heaven only knows what the sauce was. The crowning moment of this calamity was the frozen profiteroles ( you could have used them as a weapon) with a hot ( not by any stretch of the imagination. Please read as cold )chocolate sauce. Needless to say I for one will not be returning. Burger king would have been a better option.More
We visit every so often so it was good to find some great new additions to the menu, still using a lot of locally sourced and seasonal produce. For a relaxed, formal dinner, this is the place and the owner went out of his way...to explain some of the dishes, the wines (and a discussion on politics which we won't mention).
Altogether a great value evening for a special occasionMore
It's like eating in a family home...a traditional Spanish home. The waiter we think was the owner's son and spoke good English, which helped when ordering. He also advised us well; recommending we did not need additional veg for our chosen dish. He was right...and this advice saved us money. Food was tasty and well cooked. Not the cheapest but neither was it the dearest. Not five stars as not quite as special as Casa Paco in Coín which, to be fair, also has a very different feel but nevertheless like the Bohemia is one of the more expensive and special occasion eating places here. Also they needed reminding about one of our desserts. But I would go back and it was very good overall.More
Visited for diner one evening midweek, the restaurant was deserted but despite the lack of other customers it took an age before anyone came to take our drinks order. Another lengthy wait was endured before our food order was taken by a sullen waiter who...appeared to believe he was doing me a favour by serving us at all.
Memorable visit for all the wrong reasons.More