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{Eating Out} Bomba

“Bomba is the newest place in town you should add to your list. Not only for it’s stunning rooftop bar, where you can enjoy a drink, fresh air and some of Melbourne’s gorgeous sky line, but also for it’s Spanish flavoured menu.”

 

Bomba is the newest place in town you should add to your list. Not only for it’s stunning rooftop bar, where you can enjoy a drink, fresh air and some of Melbourne’s gorgeous sky line, but also for it’s Spanish flavoured menu.
 
Formerly The Alyesbury, Bomba have added their own touch to the place. Colourful menus and playful light fittings. The wine, beer and cocktail menu will leave you scratching your head at what to choose, with so many great options on offer. 
 
 
I was invited to their opening, the day before they officially opened to the public. I sat with some of my fellow food bloggers and we nearly ordered the whole menu. Everything sounded delicious.
  
 

My top dishes for this place that you MUST try:

  • Lamb T-Bone: these babies are smokey from the flame grilling, and so juicy
  • Pork Jowl: it’s so melty, a bit sweet, but it will make you weak at the knees
  • Montadidos: crunchy toasts and packed full of flavour
  • Paella: we tried two kinds, the one above and the black seafood one. Both were great. 

I would have really loved to have tried the air dried tuna, but on my next visit it will be the first thing I’ll be ordering.

Some of our table was still hungry for more, but we suggested we see the dessert menu. Well everything sounded amazing on it, so we ordered one of everything.

I must say the churros were a disappointment. Perhaps because the kitchen was under pressure that night, but they were a bit on the chewy side.  The chocolate croquetas were a winner, as was the turron parfait. 

The waitress we had had a great knowledge of the menu, and was happy to help make selections from the impressive wine and beer menu. 

Even though the Alyesbury is no more, I’m glad the rooftop bar is still amazing, and there is fantastic lamb on the menu. I will be back, especially on a balmy summer night. 

Thank you again Bomba for the delicious night out!
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Iron Chef Shellie dined as a guest of Bomba. 


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6 comments on “{Eating Out} Bomba
  1. Michelle @ The Bakeanista - October 6, 2013 at 8:38 pm

    Oh yum!! I know where I will be going for a night out with my friends. They always just wanna go for drinks but I like places with good food too so bomba is perfect! Although yeah the churros don’t look too good. 😐

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  2. GourmetGetaways - October 7, 2013 at 1:27 pm

    Yum!
    Everything looks so good!
    You have to love rooftop dining too :) Churros look very thin too!

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  3. Daisy@Nevertoosweet - October 7, 2013 at 2:32 pm

    Love the photos and I find I really like the black and white ones! Maybe I should start taking some myself hehe :) Love the view there on the rooftop! I never got around to trying Aylesbury and already it’s changed into Bomba ~

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  4. Sara @ bellyrumbles - October 7, 2013 at 11:26 pm

    All looks so good, except the churros. They do look rather ‘blond’. BTW love your black and white photos at the start of the post, very nice.

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  5. Helen (Grab Your Fork) - October 8, 2013 at 12:10 am

    Wow the PX pork jowl sounds amazing!

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  6. Tina @ bitemeshowme - October 8, 2013 at 9:38 am

    I really enjoy lamb and I’ve got my eyes set on it! Lovely photos shellie x

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