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dined on Sat, 18 Nov 2017

Excellent service from the moment we walked in to the moment we left. The staff are all brilliant and make you feel welcome and appreciated as a customer. The casual dining area and ambiance of the restaurant is spot on. Drinks on the roof top terrace is a great way to start or end the night. Will definitely return and highly recommend.

dined on Wed, 8 Nov 2017

The food was lovely but expensive when each serving is only one thing therefore you inadvertently spend more money. They could be more generous in their servings. The atmosphere was buzzing, tasteful and comfortable. The service was attentive, prompt and offering good explanations.

dined on Tue, 31 Oct 2017

Great variety of dishes

dined on Sat, 28 Oct 2017

Excellent service. Great food and ambience.

dined on Wed, 11 Oct 2017

All the food was delicious and the Spanish wine selected to accompany the meal was spot on. Oh and the cocktails were amazing too. Definitely need to go back and try more items on the menu. Great for any occasion!

dined on Tue, 10 Oct 2017

The staff were very knowledgeable and friendly. The food was exceptional

dined on Mon, 9 Oct 2017

Lovely Spanish fare. We stuck to the Tapas and just shared but there looked to be plenty bigger plates on offer.

dined on Thu, 5 Oct 2017

Excellent food in a great location for the theatres
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About Bomba

Bombs away... Come Friday night, or any night for that matter, Bomba is buzzing. This casual Spanish tapas bar and rooftop offers two hotly contested sittings a night, with a handful of tables reserved for walk-ins. But don't bank on snapping up one of these tables, they're often snatched up well before cocktail hour. So don’t be tardi. Owners Jesse and Vanessa Gerner describe Bomba as a Spanish workers' caff, which in the local context means a frolicsome party joint with a traditional parade of small eats - and the people of Melbourne are loving it! The low lights, loud tunes, cherry coloured cane light shades and blackboard wine list that says “drink up” reinforces the laid back party vibe that Bomba has got going, and the roar of a full house only adds to the upbeat atmosphere of the venue. Get stuck into a lamp chop with sheep’s yoghurt sauce and you will really be feeling the love for Bomba. If you're not already. Best dish: lamp chop with sheep’s yoghurt sauce

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