La Boheme Restaurant goes Wild!

Since opening its doors in June 2006, La Boheme Restaurant on George’s Street has earned a reputation as a restaurant that truly embraces fine dining in a unique setting.

Under the stewardship of Chef and owner Eric Theze La Boheme has gained a host of accolades including the Michelin Guide Award (three years running), Georgina Campbell Excellence Award (four years running) and featured in the Top Ten most romantic restaurants in Ireland according to Food and Wine Magazine.

Always mindful of seasonal food La Boheme is delighted to introduce its Game Nights on three Thursdays within the month of November. Following the success of last season’s themed events La Boheme’s Game Nights mark a new and bold initiative for this innovative restaurant.

According to Christine Theze, co-owner, the nights are proving to be extremely popular with Waterford diners. “The concept behind the Game nights is to introduce a more extensive range of fresh in-season food.”

“We have sourced a wonderful selection of game from within a 30km. range of Waterford City. Not only is the game wild and fresh, not many people realise that game, venison in particular, is one of the healthiest and most succulent meats available.”

“Because the animals are wild and not force fed or reared in captivity the meat is flavoursome and when slow cooked produces a wonderful flavour and texture.”

A selection of some of the game dishes at La Boheme includes chargrilled venison steak, pastilla of wood pigeon breast, braised pheasant and baked partridge.

La Boheme works with a number of suppliers from the South East. Paul Fletcher from Premier Game was particularly pleased to supply La Boheme, “It is so important that restaurants do what La Boheme is attempting. La Boheme always looks for quality local produce first and also offers alternative choices to their menus. These themed nights give the public a broader choice and ultimately help everyone in the industry.”

For further details about November and December themed evenings at La Boheme, Georges Street, Waterford, call 051 875 645 or visit