The Michelin star restaurant is the only eatery in the Channel Islands to make it into the top 100, listed alongside The Ledbury, Le Gavroche, and The Fat Duck, firmly cementing both the restaurant’s and Jersey’s status as one of the world’s top foodie destinations.
Head Chef Steve Smith said: “The whole team at Bohemia is ecstatic. To move up 25 places from last year really is a testament to our hard work and commitment to delivering the finest standard of food.”
The Sunday Times Food List, published in full yesterday, ranks Britain’s top 100 restaurants by the quality of their food. It is compiled together with the Harden’s restaurant guide and based on 63,000 reviews.
Head Chef Steve Smith was one of the youngest chefs in the country to achieve a Michelin star over 15 years ago, at the age of just 24.Steve Smith has created a truly outstanding dining experience with his ingredient and flavour driven tasting menus.
Bohemia Bar & Restaurant boasts a stellar reputation for its first rate cuisine, placing it firmly on the gastronomic map as a food-lover’s destination. Situated on the ground floor of The Club Hotel & Spa, Bohemia has been Jersey’s finest dining establishment since opening its doors in April 2004.