Boasting a decidedly contemporary and chic décor, BOA Steakhouse is a refreshingly unpretentious steakhouse. Serving classic steakhouse fare in a particularly un-classic setting, BOA brings a fresh, modern face to the “surf and turf” dining concept. While you’ll find all the old favorites—petit filet mignon, dry-aged New York strip, Maine and Australian lobster—creative fare also peppers the menu. Begin with the Table-Side Prime Steak Tartare, and then move on to favorites like the Chilean Sea Bass and the American Kobe Beef Flat Iron Steak. But the ultimate decadence may just be the foie gras butter you’ll find gracing your Kobe Steak.
With so many choices in LA, Boa ended up being an excellent choice for dinner. I would go back anytime.
The ambiance was great. Location is hard to beat with many options for things to do after dinner.
THE WAITER WAS RUDE......THE STEAK WAS VERY FATTY AND I NOTICED THE GENTLEMAN AT THE NEXT TABLE SENT HIS BACK (BONE IN RIB-EYE)I WENT BACK AND HAD LUNCH AND JUST ORDERED THE HAMBURGER.....THIS TIME THE WAITER WAS DELIGHTFUL AND THE HAMBURGER WAS FINE...WOULD NOT GO BACK FOR DINNER,BUT WOULD HAVE LUNCH AGAIN