Latin mixed with a bit of Asian style boutique bar offering a quiet and contemporary place for drinking and dining on Gough Street.
Dressed with dark curtains, subtle lighting, candlelit tables and a bar that seems to go on for miles, makes Beso a favourite choice for people who enjoy a more intimate and bonding venue that they can get acquainted to. Also great for private parties which they accept booking for.
Great choice of drinks, some of which you must try as picked out personally by owner Niki Vu's team. The Capririnha and Caprioska can be your starter cocktails. Once you get into the mood and looking for something more challenging, then I recommend the Strawberry chili martini. Beso also serves up Adios MF, a drink with a rather rude name but a favourite amongst party people looking to spice up their party. If you look up Google, you will find the ingredients to this killer of a drink but basically it includes vodka, tequila and rum. A drink that you should try before you die.
Food is also served up lightly by head chef and owner Niki. The bruschettas and quesadillas are just sumptuous.
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