Being well travelled and also a male carnivore, a steak has been a part of my staple diet since I could chew. So upon coming across Boff my hopes for a good steak were high yet restrained, especially as I wasn't even particularly hungry. Upon arriving the restaurant is one of the best situated and visually pleasant that I have come across during my stay. The service and atmosphere was faultless, decor is creative and contemporary whilst the waiter was polite and unobtrusive. The menu was extremely tempting so once again my greed had gotten the best of me and I ordered enough to feed a small family. The conplimentary breads and olives was a nice touch and when my frogs legs starter arrived beautifully presented I knew I was in for a good night. The frogs legs were the tastiest most tender I've ever had with a perfect combination of fresh tomatoes and herb butter. It's up there with the best starters that I've ever had. Next came my porter house steak (t-bone). Cooked to medium rare perfection and with that all important char grilled look and taste it made my attempt to finish the half a kilo of cow all that much easier. I also managed to help my co-eater out with her veal chop which gave me food envy just looking at it. To sum it up, I ate an extraordinary amount made only possible by the food being some of the best I've come across.
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