Boss Grill in Leeds is a different way to dine – rather than picking one dish off the menu, you pay a set price and then are brought around a continuous selection of meats and sides (there is also a trolly of rice, salads and other sides you can serve yourself).
I was invited along to try the menu for myself and was not disappointed.
The concept is simple – each meat is brought around to each table and you can have some or say no. It’s then cut from the skewer for you to enjoy.
The lamb and beef were my favourite cuts, cooked medium rare, just like I like it. It is one of those scenarios where you want to stop eating, but when you see the next skewer of meat come around, you can’t help but say yes!
There is another restaurant very similar in Leeds called Fazenda, which is more expensive but offers more types of meat. As you can see by the menu below, Bossa offers more than enough to keep you satisfied without breaking the bank. Having been to both restaurants, I would saw the quality of meat is fantastic in both, it’s just one is more expensive and offers more selection.
I’d happily go back again as a paying customer and would recommend this to anyone looking to eat somewhere in Leeds.