If you like good steaks done well but are tired of stodgy, conventional steakhouses, then retreat to BOA Steakhouse at Caesars Palace, a refined and sophisticated take on the traditional steakhouse. The food at BOA Steakhouse is classically delicious, but you’ll enjoy it in an intimate, trendy eatery adorned with vibrant décor, dim lighting via bold red lanterns, and plush leather booths. The contemporary design and trendy atmosphere is perfectly suited to the cuisine, which takes a modern approach to prime steaks, seafood, poultry, and chops.
At BOA Steakhouse, diners will get to customize their meal, choosing from a variety of traditional cuts of steak, a la carte seafood, and a selection of tasty sides to match. Meat lovers will enjoy premium choices like the 40 Day Dry Aged New York Strip, the Bone-in Kansas City Filet Mignon, and the American Kobe Beef Rib Eye. There’s also the imported Premium Japanese Wagyu, a particularly tender and juicy cut of meat flown in from Japan. Steaks can be topped with BOA’s signature sauces, rubs, or crusts, from a classic Bearnaise or Chimichurri sauce to a dose of herbed butter or blue cheese.
Diners can have an astronomically expensive but phenomenal surf and turf at BOA, which also offers Australian Lobster Tail, Whole Maine Lobster, and other inhabitants of the sea like Ahi Tuna and Atlantic Salmon – prepared sautéed, oven roasted on a cedar plank, or beautifully grilled. If you do opt for the Lobster, however, be sure to ask for the price before ordering – prices are based on the market, and more than one diner has gotten a nasty surprise at the end of their meal when the check came.
Available to accompany these delicious dishes is an equally tasty variety of sides, including vegetables like broccolini, grilled chipotle corn, and bamboo steamed vegetables, and potatoes prepared more ways than you can think of. You’ll have a hard time deciding which one to choose – they all sound so good.
Before you dive into one of these savory platters, however, be sure to sample one of the incredible starters, which all taste even better than they sound. Highly recommended are the Goat Cheese Baklava, a wonder of creamy goodness within a flaky pastry topped with pistachios and black truffle, and the Smoked Salmon with Caviar, deliciously balanced with potato pancakes, crème fraiche, and chives.
If you can manage it, save room for dessert at BOA. The steakhouse offers sweet comfort in the form of s’mores cake with ice cream, peanut butter mousse, and other sinful delights.