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Boho Club presents great gastronomic and leisure news for the new season in Marbella

Boho Club expands Diego del Río's gastronomic proposal with a wide variety of menus for the new season. Hot creams, game and seasonal products, such as mushrooms, will be the protagonists of many dishes. On the leisure side, different concepts will liven up the evenings and nights at Boho Club during the coming months.

Boho Club, boutique resort and restaurant, presents the new leisure and restaurant proposal for the autumn and winter season in Marbella with a wide variety of concepts, which consolidates the space, the former Swedish Forest Center, located in the heart of the Milla de Oro, as the place to be for Marbella’s cosmopolitan society.

Boho Club’s maxim is to feed the senses of our guests, and, for this, we offer original experiences, beyond a tasting menu or a hotel stay. It is about surprising the client and getting them to enjoy a moment that will last in their memory”, says Daniel Little, General Manager of Boho Club.

Gastronomic offer at Boho Club

Open from eight in the morning until midnight, non-stop, the Boho Club restaurant offers a wide variety of menus, adapted to each moment of the day and to the tastes of the most demanding diners. Diego del Río, Executive Chef of the Boho Club, is passionate about Mediterranean products and Andalusian cuisine, which he combines with international touches, and has created a wide culinary offer, unique in the area.

“Rice dishes will coexist with hot creams and dishes made with seasonal products, such as game meat or mushrooms. We have perfected our grill with more cuts and superior quality meats such as sirloin, entrecôte and Angus steak. As for the fish, the fish market will mark the offer every day”. indicates Del Río.

Among the novelties, we find meat dishes such as venison sirloin, chestnut toffee, and glazed spring onion; or the wagyu rib, creamy Jerusalem artichoke and puff pastry potato, while, in the fish, there will be sea bass on octopus gazpachuelo and chili piparra; monkfish, black olive romesco and roasted pepper juice; or grilled octopus glazed in teriyaki, celery ball and eggplant in textures.

“Tasty dishes have been included in the new menu, now we find starters such as: the Michelada oyster, fresh mushrooms with tasty sauce, foie gras, liquorice and hazelnuts; grilled organic carrots with marinade and dried fruit; or the game meat ravioli, artichokes and stewed ramen; or the cured scallop, carrot, beans and pumpkin cream and curry”, explains Sergio Jiménez, Food and Beverage Manager at Boho Club.

And for dessert, diners can try the new semifreddo Boho Rocher with passion fruit and pineapple soup; the creamy lemon, candied peanut, sablé, basil and mint sorbet or the roasted apple mille-feuille, puff pastry and citrus.

In addition, the Boho Club classics remain on the menu, which are the favorite snacks for regular customers: the ponzu oyster and the oyster with mango, lemongrass and lime; the shrimp croquettes and their tartar, and the already famous Diego del Río corn soup, with avocado mojo and pickled vegetables.

Lunch menu

“For lunch, we maintain our Boho Club midday menu proposal, with two dishes to choose: starter and main plates, which also includes bread, drinks: a glass of wine, water, soft drink or beer; and coffee, at a price of €28, from Monday to Friday” explains Ariana Alonso, maître de Boho Club.

Gastro Nights

As a great novelty this season, starting next week, customers who come to Boho Club on Tuesday and Wednesday nights will be able to enjoy a very special gastronomic evening. Diego del Río’s tasting menu with wine pairing included will cost €95, and it will be the chef himself who will explain his dishes and chat in a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere with the diners, so that they will have the opportunity to ask him to find out firsthand all the details of his kitchen.

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