To step into La Boheme Restaurant and Café is to step into the heart of Europe. With an open kitchen and a cosy downstairs area adorned with photographs of Old Prague, La Boheme is the place to go to when you’re in the mood to leave Sydney but don’t want to deal with a 30-hour plane trip. Everything is made from traditional recipes with fine imported ingredients and fresh local produce, and they have become known for their crispy roasted pork knuckle, schnitzels and warm apple strudel. Diners can wash down their meals with a range of tap beers including the original Czech Pilsner Urquell, Köstritzer, and Schöfferhofer.
199 Glebe Point Rd Glebe, 2037, (02) 9660 5639
Written by: Alexandra English