The culinary management team of Elvis Abrahanowicz, Joel Humphreys and Ben Milgate, together with their multinational chefs, bring influences from South America – in particular, Argentina – to Bodega 1904.
The soundtracks played are tunes that Quentin Tarantino would probably use in his films. The interior design could be from one of his movie sets too. It is just so cool.
Looking around at the numerous bottles filled with grains, spices, pickles, wood chips and countless other goodies, diners know they are in for a real treat. The 1904 cheeseburger is like no other. Those fine woodchips are used to smoke the beef brisket and chuck, which are then ground down into visual perfection once cooked. That sweet smoky thing that they’ve got going is a thing of magic. The architecture of the burger is simple – American mustard, pickles, tomato ketchup, and brunoise of onion. The malbec-braised octopus, 1904 chorizo, preserved lemon and celeriac hummus is a great representation of harmony.
PSST! Don’t miss the desserts, such as the piping hot rye and cinnamon donuts and chocolate ice cream.