Boma Restaurants is one of many groups opening up venues in London, however, they have a focus that sets them apart. Apart from exclusively operating in the South West, Boma zones in on a concept that these days seems all too rare; neighbourhood.
Just like its two sibling restaurants, Boma Bridge will be built upon neighbourly values; focus on local hospitality and building relationships with everyone around and involved in the business. The same approach goes for the food. The person leading the food will be executive chef Jack Reynolds. Applying his agricultural and pastry background, he’s designed a menu that will offer something for everyone.
There will be a brunch menu available with classic breakfasts and lighter options available such as Boma’s signature chorizo baked egg with avocado. While the a la carte menu will showcase seasonal variations ranging from pigeon to pork-belly. Boma Bridge’s Brasserie includes a world wine list, craft beers and cocktails, which will be the centre of attention in the late night downstairs bar.
Grand food, great drinks, all wrapped up with a notion of the neighbourly; a rare experience but not extinct.