3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.115778 -115.172963
Mon - Thu 12pm - 10pm
Fri - Sat 12pm - 11:30pm
Sun 12pm - 10pm
When I go out to eat, I expect to pay a lot for my meal. I also expect to get a lot of food for that money. I'm a bit of a foodie and only want the best. Well, this place did deliver a great meal that I really enjoyed, only the portion was so small that I left feeling hungry still. The price wasn't worth the meal. However, the ambiance is very nice.
Great Food and Service – A friend and I wanted a great meal before a show at Ceasars.
Boa was recommended and I am very happy about the decision to go.
Our steaks were cooked exactly as requested, and the spinach side and truffled mac and cheese side were amazing.
Our server was knowledgable, not only about our food but about the show we were going to and what to expect. We loved our dining experience here, but its worth mentioning that it is not cheap. Our meal was just shy of $200 for 2 people...and we didn't come close to ordering the most expensive items on the menu. The Kobe steak and lobster tails was at market price of $150!
Lastly, we went at 6pm on a Sunday and it was nearly empty, which could account for the speedy service and attention, but who knows.
I would go again for sure.
Avoid- I was sat in front of the glasses storage so had waiters bending over infront of me- I spent $75 for a rubbery lobster tail, uncooked veg, and a glass of water.. :(
some ups and downs...mostly ups though – If you can handle the trek all the way through the Forum Shops at Caesar's it's worth it to pay BOA a visit. The bar has a hip, lounge-like setting and the couples' booths allow you to slide next to one another for the meal. The escargot appetizer was probably the best I have ever had, and the petite filet came out a perfect medium rare with plenty of rubs and sauces to choose from. The kobe flat iron had good flavor but given the lack of fat on the cut they might have improved it by marinating or tenderizing it in advance - I had to ask for a sharper knife to hack through it. Also the cream corn was extremely bland (the waitress agreed) but the truffled mac and cheese was a more than suitable replacement.
WoW, This place is good! – My husband had a $12 Burger that was delish with a fresh spring salad that he surprising enjoyed. I was a little more adventurous, I had the $45 stimulus special (no joke) The yummiest flaky rolls, Sautéed French onion soup, Filet minion medallions, mashed potatoes, Cinnamon sugar donut holes with dunking sauces. It was the best meal I had all year, and the extra perks, I dropped my fork and the bus boy ran over with a new fork instantly, when we were finished, the second we set our napkins on the table the bus boy brought our bill. This was big for me, I hate sitting and waiting for the bill, I want to leave as soon as I’m done eating. Constant refills on tea, the second I had my last sip of beer I was offered another. They were very attentive, and are plates were clean as bone when left. A+++
LOVE BOA! – We went to BOA during our honeymoon. We started out the evening by talking to one of the chef's of the evening who made some excellent recommendations. Followed by a visit from Sherman who recommended some things from Sushi Roku's menu since we told our waiter we were big sushi fans. Sherman was extremely helpful and personable, as was everyone we dealt with. Next Brian, the manager of the evening, came over to recommend a Scotch for my husband and let him try a couple to help him make a decision. The food was beyond our expectations on all fronts from the sushi starters to the delightful dessert. We had the Cesaer salad, John Dory, the bone-in filet, chipotle dusted corn, lobster mashed potatoes, and banana cake for dessert.
Walked out before even dining – Too many other great restaurants in Vegas to be bothered with this pompous and condescending place no matter how their food is. Reservations mean nothing at BOA even if you make them a month in advance and confirm. The staff and manager there seem to forget the premise that you are the customer and paying for this experience, rather they give you the impression they are doing you a favor to allow you to dine with them. If you want to go to BOA to be seen and are willing to accept attitude and substandard service this may be your place but I walked out even before entering after the rudeness we experienced from the hostess and manager. What a waste of prime space in the Forum Shops area !!
Favorite Steakhouse! – BOA Steakhouse is my favorite restaurant, that and Delmonico Steakhouse, and is absolutely wonderful! If you want a $5.99 all-you-can-eat buffet, this is not the place for you. If you're looking for an upscale, classy, elegant dining experience, head here. The food, service, and atmosphere were all excellent. Some may consider it pricy, but I consider it money well sent. We enjoyed it so much, we plan on returning everytime we visit Vegas. We had soup and salad, steak, lobster, and every sides (shared),. and dessert. We also had martinis and a bottle of wine. Plan to stay a few hours to really enjoy the whole experience!
please dont go here – We had the worst experience here. This place is an imposter. Trying so hard to be hip, and falling flat on it's face. The food is mediocre at best, and the service staff is unorganized and sans ettiquette. They all huddled around the service stations and talked too loudly right by our table. The wore no smiles, and were not graceful in the dining room. It was like watching monkeys try to wait tables. The food is the biggest culprit in this subterfuge of a restaurant. The plates looked sloppy, and the sides were just plain not good. Ive never had such poorly cooked asparagus, it was burnt and limp. The cocktails are a big scam too. They were like 14 bucks and they all were way too sweet and unbalanced in flavor. Their signature cocktail; BOA fusion, tasted like brown sugar and too much rum. It was actually kinda gross. About the service: Our waiter was high faluting, and pushy. He tried the hard sell on us for the wine, and got snobby when we declined. Once he took our order we didnt see him again until he brought the check. His assistant did all the work, and the assistant was very unpersonable. He said nothing to us. Save your money and go to another place. Save yourself the hassle. This place is bad.
Over priced for food – Had reservation was seated right away. The place is really nice and was excited about this place. Wife and I order salads I had wedge salad was good Wife order a tomato salad and it was good.Waiter brought 1 roll each for us and that was it. I order chicken with chipolte lime corn. The chicken was fair the corn was good not my favorite, my wife order the salmon no side said it was good but had better. Service was ok waiter was alright. For the price we will not go back here. There better food in Vegas than here.
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