Bomba has a limited number of tables inside and out but you won’t regret waiting for a table. Food was delicious and at a reasonable price, we will be going back soon.
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We decided not to wait in a long line at some of the better known lunch spots and grabbed a table here. The Pepito sandwich was delicious and the large windows provided great views of the crowded sidewalks.
After walking around downtown Asheville for a long time, freezing and hungry, encountering hour-long wait lines at brunch places and other restaurants--we got right into this tiny cafe, just thinking to get a to-go coffee so we could continue our search. Well, after squeezing into...More
What a surprise. My husband and I were walking around Asheville and decided to get lunch. We stopped in Bamba and had excellent meals. I chose the roasted pork aprepa. The pork was juicy and well seasoned. The sides were outstanding. My least favorite were...More
To tell the truth, I stopped in because the place was so cute! We were a little confused at first if they sold food, because we only saw drinks on the chalkboard. However, there are menus at the front that have all their food on...More
This corner cafe was the most delicious and quaint place we have had on our travels. My husband and I were surprised at the low cost yet quality and quantity of local fresh ingredients. I had the the avocado toast and Paul had the Bomba...More
Lovely, small, corner spot that reminded us of a cafe in Paris. Such inventive choices for lunch. The Bomba BLT is out of this world with bacon, chicken, avocado, tomato, cheddar, lemon mayo on homemade brioche. The vegetable soup was the best I have ever...More