Turquoise, grey, and white colouring the eatery as part of magnificent ambience that centre as its theme, Bofe Eatery offers a long list of western cuisine that one cannot miss. Some might wonder what does Bofe means as it does not even come close to the name of the experienced chef Tony Fu, one of the founders of this place and surprise, surprise the bewildered name stands for ‘Best for Everything’. It indeed is! Apart from its eye-catching visual flair, the place sure has different sets of offering hence the ‘everything’ that stands in the name.
It indeed is! Apart from its eye-catching visual flair and comfort seating, the place sure has different sets of offering hence the ‘everything’ that stands in the name.
Prawn al ajillo would be a great choice for an entree as this Spanish influenced snack that has been sautéed with garlic and olive oil increases metabolism before continuing with the mains. Or perhaps for a guilt-free and healthier appetiser, the Caesar salad would do the job. Although the mains mostly cover the usual pastas and burgers, what sets them apart from other places is their vibrant taste of fusion with Asian and Moroccan flavours in some of the dishes such as the Smoked Salmon Pink Sauce that is cooked with Japanese seaweed.
Peking duck as a famous staple food for the Chinese is also included in the menus, perfecting their Dubious Duck dish that has been caramelised in mushroom sauce and fig. Braised lamb shank being a Moroccan-influenced dish that is served with mash potatoes is also part of the eatery’s offerings.
The dishes mentioned sounded as if they cost fortune however, they are along the line from RM15 to RM49 top and those sure are wallet-friendly for great crossover dishes. All in all, Bofe Eatery is a must-visit for both photography enthuasists and cafe nomads.