Boa on Sunset will be moving locations (somewhere in Hollywood) around April/ May 2009, so call them if you plan on dining with them in the near future.

Boa’s steakhouse really tickled my fancy.

Their appetite stimulus menu (three course dinner) was $40 valid Sun- Thurs. I must say their offerings were very fresh and tasty.

We opted for the homespun caesar salad. Below is a picture of our salad tosser.

The caesar dressing was fragrant and light. Beware, there is a lot of garlic infused into this dressing so if you are on a first date with a vampire, and it’s going well enough that you don’t want to kill him or her with your breath, think twice about this appetizer.

God i love garlic. I would bathe in it every night, but I don’t think that will help me find a man.

French onion soup was fabulous considering I don’t really like French onion soup. So really do I have to capitalize the “F” in French onion soup? The soup was not salty but had a sweet aftertaste. Could it be the sweet taste of caramelized onions? Nice.

Hunka Hunka burning (cooked medium) filet mignon. Yes, it did taste as good as it looks. Talk about beefy hunks. Hmm, that’s odd I ordered medium rare but it came out medium, but it was still delicious!

You can’t tell but when I was fork tapping my hunk (of beef) the weight of my fork actually made an indentation on the steak. The meat practically melted in my mouth and I could only describe it as feather light.

What? I told you the filet mignon was good!

Happy birthday Min!

Boa’s feather light filet mignon really hit the spot.

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