I was hoping to try a new breakfast spot this week. Unfortunately, I couldn’t get myself to wake up before 10:00a.m. I decided to still try the cafe I intended to try for breakfast, and they blew me away.
I can’t believe I’ve never eaten at the Bohemia Cafe & Bakery. I ordered a gyro combo, and my fiancé ordered the turkey sandwich combo (he added
I’ll start with the service was great. They explained their menu thoroughly, and the young lady behind the counter was enthusiastically helpful.
I have an unhealthy obsession with tzatziki sauce, like it’s a thing. I could drink tzatziki sauce with a straw. I ordered my gyro (beef and
lamb combo) with no lettuce, and extra sauce. They did not disappointment me. Their tzatziki sauce was clearly homemade, and it was so light and refreshing. The gyro was steaming hot, and the pita bread was soft and fluffy. I could’ve eaten the pita bread alone. The lamb was so tender and juicy that Sir Mix-a-Lot would’ve written a song about it. I had the fries as well.
The fries were similar in flavor to McDonald’s fries, but they weren’t greasy nor soggy, they were a light snack. I would go back for the fries alone.
My fiancé ordered the Turkey sandwich add bacon. Bohemia Cafe makes their bread, and it shows. My fiancé got his sandwich on the colby jack bread, and it was so pretty. I loved how the cheese was a nice color contract from the perfectly golden bread.
My fiancé is the type of blue collar man that laughs at the idea of eating a vegetable. This man ate this entire sandwich that was stacked with lettuce, tomato, cucumber, bell pepper, and onion. I took a bite as well, and this was the best sandwich I’ve ever had. It was so light, and the crunch factor from all those vegetables was unbeatable. I was grateful for the way they snuck an entire salad on this sandwich, and placed it so delicately he didn’t notice.
If you’re looking for a light lunch from a friendly staff, this is the place to be. Thank you Bohemia Cafe.
Located on Washington street.See a typo? Report it here.