Queens >Pizza Y Parrillada Boca Juniors Inc.
“Yes it was loud, but that didn't bother us- we weren't there for a quiet/romantic dinner- this place is something like a sports restaurant (since they have two big plasma screens (muted) and lots of sports memorbilias on the walls to look at. )”
“Bread was old, salads were soggy, overpriced wines, etc, but desert was superb and prices were cheap.”
“The place is pretty big, has a tiny bar so it's mostly tables.”
“the food an service is excelente,i recoment everyone this Espanish food, the Edgar salazar is very friendly and he has a good maner with the costumers, you have a good groop of the employees”
“love the restautant its the best aregninean restaurant in NYC.”
“I'm not sure about the last comment but both times i went to this restaurant, the service was great.”
“We were so pleased with the ambiance, (casual, bright and interesting) the friendly and attentive service, the delicious food (try the skirt steak) and the reasonable prices.”
Perfect dining experience. My husband and I tried Boca's last Saturday for the first time. We were so pleased with the ambiance, (casual, bright and interesting) the friendly and attentive service, the delicious food (try the skirt steak) and the reasonable prices. We have already recommended Boca's to several friends and plan on returning this weekend. This is a place you will not be disappointed by.
Editorial Review by Marcella Veneziale. Cementing Queens as the go-to borough for authentic ethnic cuisine, this restaurant deals in succulent Argentinian steaks.
WE GO SOMENTIMES TO BOCA. FOOD AND CUSTOMER SERVICES IS GREAT.
THE OWNER IS FUNNY AND FRIENDLY, HE TALK TO MUCH.
BY THE WAY, SOY INCHA DE RACING.
Not really Argentinian meat.. I dont know if its because I know what Argentinian meats are suppose to taste like, or because the cooks were looking somewhere else, but I might as well have gone to a Wendys or a Burger King to eat that quality of food. When you ask for "Jugoso" (bloody), and they burn your meat dry, you just know you'll not be able to enjoy your meal. The place is very inviting and properly decorated, but the food was my main concern, and I came out VERY disappointed. Service was OK, but if in a table of 6, 5 orders came overcooked, there is something DEFINETLY wrong. Bread was old, salads were soggy, overpriced wines, etc, but desert was superb and prices were cheap. I dont think I'll be returning tho, loved the restaurant name, but that was it.
My sister and I took our dad to BOCA JUNIORS Steakhouse in Queens for Father's Day and we absolutely loved it. The place seems to be very popular and had alot of business, so it's important to call ahead and order a table (eventhough it says no rsvp needed) especially on a day like Father's Day. Yes it was loud, but that didn't bother us- we weren't there for a quiet/romantic dinner- this place is something like a sports restaurant (since they have two big plasma screens (muted) and lots of sports memorbilias on the walls to look at. ) The place is pretty big, has a tiny bar so it's mostly tables. They play wonderful tango's and Boca team-themed songs (which my father happily sang along to -reminiscing his youunger days in the Buenos Aires based Boca Junior games.) We were very pleased with the food and somewhat pleased with the service, but like in any restaurant on a day like Father's Day- the service is never perfect!
The waiters were all uniformed like soccer players, so that added to this uniquely themed atmostphere!
I recommend it to any sports fan or Argentinian or anyone in general who won't mind a little bit of fun noise while they eat their juicy Churrasco or Parrillada!! Ciao!
Injustice to a Great name. Noisy, Crowded. Being Argentinian I've visited most if not all of the Arg. restaurants in New York, and Boca in my opinion is one of the worst. I went only once, and the experience was bad enough that it doesnt merit a second chance. The tables are set up too close, which makes it crowded and loud. My bife de Chorizo arrived at the table luke warm and not medium-well as I had requested, furthermore it was fatty and nervy. Sorry guys, I love Boca Jrs, but not the restaurant.
One of the Best Restaurants in Town!!!. My family and I went to Boca Juniors over the weekend for the first time. As soon as we entered we noticed how crowded the place was and how everyone seemed to be enjoying there food. We waited about twenty minutes to a half hour and finally got seated. The food was excellent. I ordered a steak and it was delicious. It was cooked the way we had asked our waiter to have it done it. The waiter made sure that we had the proper service and had everything we needed. The wine selection was beyond amazing. Highly recommended from the waiter. I recommend you, that when you go to Boca Juniors, you asked to be waited by Carlos. He makes sure all your needs at the restaurant are provided.
Excelent sevice and excelnete food. the food an service is excelente,i recoment everyone this Espanish food, the Edgar salazar is very friendly and he has a good maner with the costumers, you have a good groop of the employees
Value and great service!. Staff is extra friendly and food is good for the price. Where else can yo uget a steak this cheap!?!
Bad Service. Service is pretty bad. I can deal with bad service with good food. My first day my Sirloin steak was very good. Made the way I like it. Second day, my T bone was dry and without any flavor. I was shocked by the inconsistancy. I complained to the waiter about my meat being overcooked, he corrected me saying - meat is just fine. it was not over cooked. I guess I will not be going there to take a chance.
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