This week, The Luxury Editor visited the Boho Club, which is attracting a lot of attention thanks to the gastronomy of the famous Spanish chef Diego del Río. We enjoyed a long, leisurely lunch, met the team and found out what’s in store for the upcoming season.
Boho Club is an elegant boutique resort that has also established itself as a foodie destination. Like Daniel Little, CEO of bohemian club Explain, “The maxim of Boho Club is to nourish the senses of our guests, and, for this, we offer original experiences, beyond a tasting menu or a stay at the hotel. It’s about surprising the customer and making him live a moment that will remain etched in his memory.”.
Autumn dinner at the Boho Club
Open non-stop from eight in the morning to midnight, the Boho Club restaurant offers a wide variety of menus, adapted to every moment of the day and to the tastes of the most demanding guests. 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 region.
Our lunch was impressive, a 5 course feast starting with oyster Michelada, then game meat and artichoke balls with ramen sauce, a monkfish fish dish and an outstanding meat dish of prime rib with Jerusalem artichoke and apple of flaky soil.
It was the perfect showcase of what to expect at Boho Club which includes “rice dishes will co-exist with hot creams and dishes based on seasonal produce, such as game meat or mushrooms”. We’ve upgraded our grill with more cuts and premium meats like sirloin, rib eye and Angus steak. As for fish, the fish market will mark the supply every day,” commented chef Del Rio. Seasonal novelties include meat dishes such as venison sirloin, chestnut caramel and glazed spring onion; or the wagyu chop, creamy Jerusalem artichoke and puff pastry potato, while for the fish dishes, there will be sea bass on octopus gazpachuelo and piparra pepper; monkfish, black olive romesco and grilled pepper jus; or grilled octopus glazed with teriyaki, celery ball and aubergine.
Fall Events at Boho Club
The team shared highlights from the upcoming season, including:
Special Lunch Menu
“For lunch, we maintain our Boho Club lunch menu proposal, with a choice of two courses: starter and main courses, which also includes bread, drinks: a glass of wine, water, a soft drink or a beer ; and coffee, at the price of 28€, from Monday to Friday“, explains Ariana Alonso, master of Boho Club.
As a great novelty this season, from next week, customers who come to the Boho Club on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings will be able to enjoy a very special gastronomic evening. The Diego del Río tasting menu with food and wine pairing included will cost €95, and it will be the chef himself who will explain his dishes and discuss in a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere with the diners, so that they have the opportunity to ask to find first hand all the details of his kitchen.
From this week and for the next few months, Thursday will be the time to enjoy the afternoon at the station. The entire Boho Club team will meet on Thursdays, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., to enjoy with clients and friends, special prices on cocktails, aperitifs and the music of the resident DJs of the place to be in Marbella.
“At the end of October, the weekend brunches will begin at the Boho Club. From 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., and at the price of € 55, we can taste a complete proposal that includes a buffet with top quality Andalusian products such as Iberian meats, cheeses, honeys, breads and a wide selection of sweets. ; in addition to a menu with dishes based on organic eggs and ricesays Andrea Cervera, head chef at the Boho Club.
Christmas events and parties
For Christmas parties of companies and friends, Boho Club has developed different menus for groups, from €65 to €90, and its professionals specialized in organizing corporate events and family celebrations in a personalized way. are available to customers.
On the other hand, for special festive days, Boho Club presents different proposals for New Year’s Eve dinner, with a New Year’s Eve party, classic Boho Club gastronomy dishes and food and wine pairing included. For Christmas and New Years, a special celebratory brunch has been created which will include several buffet stations and seafood dishes. On Christmas Eve, the restaurant will remain open and diners can enjoy lunch at the map.
A cellar of 300 references
Boho Club sommelier Richard Mena has personally selected the best references, including renowned classics and a collection of small producers.
“On the menu we will find the best wines from the old and the new world (France, Italy, Germany, United States, Argentina, Chile…) and of course, champagnes from small producers and large houses that share the space of our cellar with the most renowned white wines and with a special selection of Andalusian wines (fino, manzanilla, amontillado, oloroso…) and still wines, from Cadiz and Malaga, wine regions par excellence», says the sommelier of the Boho Club.
The Boho Club proposal is completed with a space for cocktail lovers with more personality, with a wide selection of spirits and signature cocktails, in an intimate and lively atmosphere. “Cocktails, music and good company. At Boho Club, we seek to amuse and surprise through our new signature drinks menu with premium distillates, where we highlight two options inspired by our culture, ‘Tablao’ and ‘Baron’, crafted with wines Andalusians.says Agustín Corral, manager of the Boho Bar.
Boho Club is a hotel complex and restaurant located in Marbella, on the Andalusian Mediterranean coast. The elegant resort shows a deep devotion to international art and local culture. Boho Club preserves the legendary tradition of hospitality and ensures the authentic family spirit.
Boasting a prime location on the city’s famous Milla de Oro/Golden Mile, a 45-minute drive from Malaga International Airport and just five minutes from Puerto Banus, Boho Club is a secluded hideaway with panoramic views of the the iconic mountain of La Concha.
The resort offers a collection of 20 contemporary rooms, as well as 10 luxurious bungalows, all built in the style of Nordic and bohemian architecture and spread over 30,000 square meters of gardens.
The fundamentals of the Boho Club are wellness, nature, art and, of course, gastronomy, led by chef Diego del Río. The restaurant is open all day, with a specific menu for each moment, making it the ideal place to enjoy its cuisine at any time.
Guests also have at their disposal two heated outdoor swimming pools, an extraordinary outdoor fitness area and wellness packages, as well as treatments and massages.
Address: Ctra.N-340, Km 176. Urb. Lomas de Rio Verde 144, 29602 Marbella.