France > Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur > Bouches-du-Rhône > 13500 > Martigues > Ferrières #### Avenue Louis Sammut
An invitation to travel! Embark with the Bomba restaurant team for a cruise between Greece and Turkey to discover a fusion cuisine that combines tradition and modernity. In the Ferrières district, between the Hôtel de Ville and the Ibis hotel.
The Bomba restaurant is more than just a place to eat, it is a culinary experience that will take you on a journey through the sunny landscapes of the Mediterranean. A unique place. Let yourself be transported into a warm and friendly universe with a sunny accent. A visual journey, but also a gustatory one by fusing different culinary influences from the Mediterranean basin. Mediterranean cuisine is at the heart of the Bomba restaurant experience. Flavours that blend, spices that intermingle, colourful dishes that amaze the taste buds, everything is designed to take you on a journey. You will be able to taste mezze, these typically Mediterranean small plates, or grilled marinated meats accompanied by fresh and crunchy vegetables. A bar area for drinks only. A room that can be privatised for about forty people. A snack formula for children, from Monday to Saturday. Sunday: brunch only. Home-made cuisine, with fresh and halal products.
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