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For over two decades, Cafe Boheme has been a traditional Parisian bistro in the heart of the West End’s creative district. From smoked salmon, meats and eggs to cereals, fresh fruit and crêpes, start your day with a Boheme breakfast from 8am and dine into the early hours. Continuing in the same vein as the 19th Century French poets who chose Old Compton Street as their place to meet, Cafe Boheme is a destination to gather, converse and savour what Soho has to offer from the moment the sun rises.Breakfasts at Boheme are renowned for their beauty in simplicity, with eggs a speciality. Weekend afternoons are for live music.Every Saturday and Sunday, Boheme’s corner of Old Compton Street hosts our favourite artists to soundtrack your afternoon.
For all you folks who love to indulge in a dab of people watching, here’s your place. Well positioned on the corner of a Soho street for over 20 years, you’ll find the hours drifting away at Cafe Boheme. Laid back lunches and boozy brunches are a speciality but the kitchen stays open late so you can grab that croque monsieur with your cocktail if that floats your boat. It certainly floats ours.