The menu takes you on a journey to Morocco via the Mediterranean. It is as enticing as the interiors – another journey of discovery. Do you feel like a North African brunch or French lunch, a Spanish special or Moroccan main? Dishes are infused with the flavours of North Africa, there’s a sprinkling of Andalusian specialities and peppering of popular French classics.
Boho Marché’s design and gastronomy celebrate the convergence of these cultures. It was an era of wild creativity, experimentation and freedom and the discovery of a rich culinary heritage en route. Marché, the French for market, conjures up Morocco’s bustling souks, and the local, seasonal field-to-fork produce that is the keystone of the restaurant’s menu.
Head Chef, Szymon Szymczak, has created a menu that reflects this melting pot of flavours, influences and dishes. There are sides of falafel and muhammara (a hot pepper dip) sitting alongside Spanish chorizo. Mains include traditional French classics such as duck confit with slow cooked apples, valpolicella jus – and Moroccan butternut and chicken curry. For weekend brunch travel to Andalucia to tuck into Iberian pork sando (a gourmet slow-cooked pork collar sandwich). Or journey to North Africa. Shakshuka is a moreish baked dish of eggs, feta, tomato, chorizo, bell peppers onion and coriander. The House Bowl, meanwhile, is a medley of freekah (smoky roasted grains of wheat) smoked hummus, spinach cake, chickpeas, sweet potato, coriander and harissa dressing.