The Grand Bohemian Hotel- Orlando elevates private dining to a fine art with the Bohemian Wine Room, an intimate eclectic private dining room that can host 14 guests comfortably. The perfect venue for any gathering where ambiance and great dining are a welcome combination.View Private Dining Details
Celebrate Mom on this special day with an amazing 3-course pre-fixed lunch menu in The Boheme restaurant (11:30a-2:30p; $59 Adults, $29 Kids) or join us for a Grand Buffet in the 5th Floor Ballroom with complimentary mimosas; 10a-3p, starting $79 Adults $34 Kids (6-12)
Sunday, May 13, 2018
Everything was outstanding. Thank You!
Went for dinner before a show at the Dr. Phillips Center. Food was excellent, server was amazing - friendly, knowledgeable and attentive. Definitely a must!
Took my wife here for a pre concert celebration. the wait staff is attentive and gave us great service. the food was great, the menu is a bit sparse on main entrée choices but, the steak and sea bass were excellent.
Not a cheap meal but, worth the money for the crowd, food and service.
we will go again.
Service for the birthday celebration was the best! Very attentive.
Great date brunch with my wife
Best brunch around!
The waiter was really nice. However, the hostess was rude. I asked for a two seater table because we didnt want to be directly next to someone in a connecting booth, especially if we are paying 50 per person. I understand that it wasy busy, but she said no in a very rude manner. Not the way to treat someone who contribute to your salary. Overall it was nice, but i expected the overall service to be amazing and it wasnt. Again, the waiter was awesome.
Our second time here. Last time we sat in the more quiet dining area, this time in the bar area. I would recommend the dining area for better conversation. The bar area was a more casual atmosphere. Great food at Sunday brunch!! Wonderful music.
We went here prior to going to the theater next store at the Dr. Phillips Center. As is the case every time we go here the atmosphere was great the hospitality notable. Mikael our server was awesome and made the dining experience exemplary. This was a complete culinary delight.
We had predinner drinks in the bar, which was very impressive at first glance. A closer look revealed that the fabric on the seats was worn and in need of replacement. The waitresses wore skimpy uniforms that madr think I was in a Hooters bar. In contrast, the Boheme was in perfect condition with paintings on the walls. The food was excellent. Portions were large. It was a good value.
Food and service was amazing. You get your money’s worth
My boyfriend best friend and I literally had the most incredible brunch here- I recommend sitting in Renford’s section if you can swing it- he was a blast!! He was super personable and literally read our minds when we needed anything, can’t wait to come back and visit him!
100% great value, Good location, Perfect place to rekindle with love ones, friends family. Come dress to impress because the environment and fell of the place gives you a good vibe and feeling
Incredibly well executed buffet. Everything was fresh and delicious. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys great food and great service. Kudos to the chef and his staff
Our waiter Thamoor was amazing. The food was incredible and it was definitely worth the half hour drive from our hotel for brunch. Plus they do bottomless mimosas and pour OJ into the champagne after it goes into your glass so you can decide how strong to make it! My boyfriend loved that there was a bloody mary kart as well.
Fantastic food and service! Best of calamari I've ever had! Great artwork!
Terrible experience. The waiter disapeared and never returned, and when we spoke to the manager the manager was as rude. We will never dine there again.
Beautiful restaurant. Excellent service. Mediocre food. Not what it used to be. It’s now a hotel restaurant only.
Outstanding food and service
Good place to go quieter on the bar side the night we went
The occasion was Easter Brunch in the 5th floor banquet area. A very diverse selection of foods including ham, beef and lamb carving stations and a separate seafood room with crab claws, raw oysters and peel and eat shrimp. All the Mimosa's you want and a very attentive staff. All-in-all, a very pleasant experience, although somewhat pricey at $200 for two.
We have had brunch numerous times at the Boheme and it is always good, without a doubt. When I made the reservations for Easter brunch, I was required to use an app which kept redirecting me to S. Florida. (I heard another woman complaining of the same thing upon arrival at the brunch). I followed up with a call which was answered by an employee, "N". I verified the reservation and the fee per person.
The food was good, but there seemed to be a bit of disorganization. Less than an hour into the brunch, the omelette station was taken down in favor of a pasta station.
The service was less than one comes to expect from this restaurant. I gathered our plates and had to ask someone to come take them.
Most disappointing was an added "banquet service charge" of $69.52 (for four people). This was never advised in advance and this was a party of 4 . Normally brunch here is 49 per person and Easter was $79.00 per person, already a bit steep, so the additional $69.52 brought the total for 4 people to $410.58. Parking cost an additional $8.00 after validation.
I have emailed the manager at the hotel and left a message. Neither has been answered.
While I would continue to recommend this place for a standard Sunday brunch, I would NOT recommend it for Easter, Mother's day or similar brunches.
The ambience is not the same, it is loud, the staff is unable to wait on clients in the standard fashion, the prices are high, and there are significant added (unauthorized) charges in the form of "banquet service charges".
There are several other great options for a fabulous brunch for special occasions that are equal to or better than Boheme for special occasions. In retrospect, wishing we had gone to Villa de Flora.
Wonderful Easter Buffet!
We went here with out of town friends before the theater. The food and service was outstanding. Our waiter, Mikael, was attentive without being intrusive. Every one of our meals was prepared exactly to our specifications. Couldn't have been better.
The food was not as good as it has been in the past. I could not even eat my brussel sprouts they were so under cooked. The wedge salad was also a big disappointment. Steak was good but not spectacular
For the $$ price, it was less than spectacular compared to previous meals there.
I will say my husbands sea bass was cooked perfect but weird to serve with fingerling potatoes. New chef?
Wonderful lunch menu. All four of us thoroughly enjoyed our meals.
We four friends went here for dinner before a show at the Dr Phillips Center. The food was yummy and the service was fabulous. And the location was perfect for the show. It was upscale, but not at all stuffy or formal. Definitely not a "value" meal, but the price was appropriate given the quality of the food & service. All-in-all, it was a win.
We made our reservation for one and a half hours prior to a play we were attending at Dr. Phillips Center across the street from the hotel. We did finally get our food after an hour and 15 minutes but is wasn't cooked and we had to leave it. Many other patrons were also leaving without getting their food and most people were pretty unhappy. Clearly the restaurant was not able to handle the number of customers, which is surprising since it's not a large restaurant.
Had to catch a show after dining, we let our server aware, he assured us no worries,
Well we almost missed our show,
We were assigned 2servers, we rarely saw them,
My daughter ordered a coke, in which we never received, even after 2 count “2” reminders.
My brother in law never saw his soup, again 2 reminders.
My sister in law had to cancel her dessert, that she ordered with her meal.
Then Got the bill $185.00
Before Tip for 2adults and 2 kids.
Nope we won’t be back
Very nice brunch, probably one of the best in Orlando highly recommended
Awesome environment for any occasions. Service was exemplary, very attentive, friendly and extremely cordial.
This was the most incredible brunch I've ever experienced. And it really is a full experience. Live jazz musicians, table side bloody mary's, bottomless mimosas.. and I haven't even mentioned the food!! They serve everything you can imagine. Seafood, prime rib, charcuterie, classic breakfast, crepes, waffles, omelets and an entire table of desserts. And you get it all for $50. This is my new favorite brunch spot in Orlando.
I was surprised how poor the service was at a place like this.To start my girlfriend ordered a wedge salad and instead received a pear salad. Then once the entree came out there was no meat on the plate so they needed up bring her beef tenderloin on small plate 5-10 minutes later. When she received her beef tenderloin it was medium rare (it was rare pink in the middle) which she asked for medium to well done. Instead of bringing her a brand new piece of meat they took her cut up one (she cut into twice to see if it was cooked better) to recook it. Once it came back out it was burnt because they threw it in a pan to reheat it. To end the meal I was charged for both the pear salad and wedge salad. Nothing special about the space as some of the table were ones that you just separate from one another and you were really close to other guests.
Very disappointed in the fish sandwich. Tasted like it came from a box. Another in our group thought the crab cake was dry and full of nothing but filler. Took too long to get our food. Had no time to have coffee before leaving for the play.
This was our second trip back to The Boheme for a pre theatre lunch. Thirteen of us ladies enjoyed a delicious lunch with excellent service. We also used the valet parking and picked up our cars after the show. Quick, prompt response for valet service. We will be back!!
The restaurant is decorated in black, gold, and red, with an Asian flair. Gorgeous large overhead chandeliers have onyx lenses, which add a touch of splendor to a rather smallish space.
We went for Saturday breakfast. One has to order the buffet: unfortunately, but the buffet was full of unusual offerings, as well as the usual. There was a charcuterie tray as well as croissants and hazelnut spread. Scrambled eggs were real eggs and not a mix, with baby potatoes halved for the hash browns option.
They DO have expresso! Yay! and our waiter was attentive.
I always go here before a Broadway show at Dr. Phillips. We had a waiter we had not seen before. He has only been there six months. Kenny was AMAZING! Very professional, great personality and very funny. I ordered a lemon drop martini with specifics on how I wanted it made. Probably the best one I have ever had...Actually had three during the time we were there. I ordered the crab cake appetizer and sea bass entrée. I told Kenny my long time favorite was when they used to serve scallops. Kenny came out a few minutes later and told me there was a new special for the evening...Scallops! Seriously, everything was perfect about this meal, but especially Kenny.
The food was really good and our waiter was amazing. They have a great collection of wines too. The ambiance of the place was really nice too, definitely recommend.