Elevated Irish & British cuisine, world-class mixology, and unrivalled hospitality, in an atmosphere of contemporary sophistication.

A la carte Menu

Our A La Carte menu is served Wednesday to Saturday for lunch & evenings. Our menu features a selection of classic dishes, signature steaks, sharing plates, and delicious desserts.

Sunday menu

Sunday is a time for indulgence. Our Sunday menu includes our epic roasts, alongside vegetarian options, bar snacks, a selection of British and Irish cheeses, and classic cocktails.

the shibeen

The Shibeen is our 1920’s inspired downstairs speakeasy and cocktail bar, where our expert mixologists concoct world-class cocktails that push the boundaries of creativity. The Shibeen menu includes our signature serves, alongside non-alcoholic options, vintage cocktails, and an impressive selection of luxury spirits.

wine list

The BÓHA London wine offering is second to none, including an eclectic mix of wines and Champagne. Page three is a selection curated by the ‘World’s best Sommelier’, Raimonds Tomsons, and page seven includes wines from our owner, Jay Bradley’s private collection.

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BOHA London Restaurant & Speakeasy in Chelsea

BÓHA London, 562 King’s Rd, Chelsea, London SW6 2DZ

BÓHA Dining

The Shibeen

The Kitchen closes at:

22:00 on Wednesday & Thursday

23:30 on Friday & Saturday  

18:00 on Sunday 

For enquiries regarding bookings or events outside of these hours please contact us.


We ask that you approach your attire with intent and a sense of occasion. We welcome you to dress with character and originality, but please note we favour an elegant dress code, especially on Friday and Saturday evenings.

The following items may not permitted at any time:

  • Beachwear or beach shoes
  • Sportswear including athletic sneakers
  • Footwear made of rubber or silicon
  • Flip flops, slides, thong sandals and crocs
  • Hats and caps
  • Party accessories (including veils, crowns, sashes & other)

Any decision regarding permitting entry to the restaurant is entirely at the management’s discretion.