My wife and I stayed in Hot Springs, for the first time, a few weeks ago. The owners of the B&B highly recommended Bohemia. I'll admit, upon arrival we certainly wondered what we might be getting into. The surrounding neighbor is definitely in decline. The restaurant itself, isn't much to look at. With that said, the ambience was very pleasant. White tableclothes set the mood yet it wasn't overly formal. Our waiter was knowledgeable and offered good suggestions. He mentioned that the Chef had cooked in Europe, New York (I believe) and few other places.
At the time I wasn't feeling well so I decided to eat light. They only had two fish selection, swordfish and tilapia. I'm not much of a swordfish fan. But in lieu of an abundance of tilapia back home, I decided to give it a go. Let me say, not only was it the best piece of swordfish I've ever had, it was one of the best fish meals I've eaten. Rather then being semi-tough, the fish was perfectly cooked without a hint of toughness. It practically flaked off and had the perfect amount of moisture. The flavor was excellent. Unfortunately the fish was so good, I can't remember what sides I ordered! With that said, they were very good. My wife also enjoyed her meal of homemade pasta and fresh shrimp with a cream sauce that eludes me at the moment.
While we didn't think much of Hot Springs, this is definitely worth a stop. Quite frankly, their lucky to have them in town.
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