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    The Best Steakhouses in Bangkok
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    Whether slathered in a variety of sauces and spices or rubbed with just salt and pepper, nothing beats a juicy steak grilled to perfection. There is, of course, a very fine line between a properly cooked steak and a leathery, overdone steak. Accordingly, choosing the best steakhouse that can cook it right is crucial. Fortunately, Bangkok is full of excellent steakhouses offering some of the best steaks you will ever eat – big, juicy, and tasty! With so many choices, picking the best steakhouse can be difficult. After all, steaks can get pretty expensive, so it has to be worth it.


    El Gaucho Argentinian Steakhouse
    As you might have guessed from the name, El Guacho Argentinian Steakhouse offers traditional Argentinian specialities with a modern ambience. They import high-quality beef from both Australia and the USA, such as Pure Blood Australian Wagyu, natural Prime Black Angus US grain-fed, and Australian Black Angus grass-fed. Furthermore, a wide variety of cuts are available here, including prime fillet, ribeye, and New York striploin. Additionally, you can also choose lamb shank and lamb chops. They serve their menu in a very classic manner, with some incredible sauces to compliment each dish. If you opt for beef, make sure to try their famous prime wagyu fillet mignon.
    • Opening Hours: Open daily from 11:00 – 23:00
    • Address: 8, 4-7 Soi Sukhumvit 19, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10100

    Madison
    Madison offers everything you could want in a steakhouse: pleasant atmosphere, top-notch service, and a great selection of meats and wines. Situated in the stunning courtyard of Anantara Siam Bangkok, the restaurant has a subtle but luxurious and tasteful decor designed by Tony Chi. A meat-lovers paradise, the restaurant boasts an extensive selection of the finest cuts of meat from Japan and Australia. Steakhouse standards, such as grain-fed wagyu tomahawk, Black Angus prime Australian beef, and grilled lamb chops, rule the menu here. Those who prefer their meat to be more tender but packed with intense flavour won’t miss out here because the restaurant has dry-aged beef options as well. You can personalize your steak order with additions such as truffles, scallops, and foie gras. Fish options are also available, including the signature poached cod made from ultra-fresh fish.
    • Opening Hours: Open daily from 11:30 – 14:30 and 17:00 – 22:30
    • Address: Anantara Siam Bangkok, 155 Rajdamri Road, Bangkok 10330.

    New York Steakhouse
    Nestled in the JW Marriot Hotel, the New York Steakhouse is arguably a timeless classic in Bangkok. Since its opening in 1997, the steakhouse has consistently delivered an excellent choice of juicy steaks, fresh seafood, and an impressive wine list. The restaurant’s star attraction is its wide selection of imported meats from countries like Japan, Australia, and the United States. All of their Japanese cuts have a marbling score of 9 and 10, which are not only the rarest but also the most prized. With spacious tables, large leather armchairs, dimly lit space, and black and white photos of New York City, this steakhouse will make you feel like you are transported to the Big Apple. When you’re done with your steak, make sure to try the dessert. The famed chocolate lava is a must-try here.
    • Opening Hours: Open daily from 18:00 – 23:00
    • Address: JW Marriott Hotel, 4 Sukhumvit Rd, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110.

    Artur Restaurant
    Artur Restaurant is owned and run by restaurant mogul Artur Kluczewski, who previously ran some very successful hotel restaurants. The restaurant boasts a classic and sophisticated setting with a touch of Art Deco. Offering tableside carving, high-end beef, and hearty sides with a personal touch and French flair, it is a true steak haven for meat enthusiasts. The menu features a wide selection of steaks, seafood, and classic martinis. One of the most popular dishes is the Côte de Boeuf (prime rib), which is best enjoyed medium-rare – soft and pinkish on the inside, but well burnt and slightly crispy on the outside. The American prime Angus beef and the Tajima Kobe beef are also some highlights of the menu. However, if you prefer pork over beef, the pan-fried cut of organic pork chop is a must.
    • Opening Hours: Open daily from 17:00 – 22:00
    • Address: Bliston Suwan Park View, 9 Soi Ton Son, Ploen Chit Road, Bangkok 10330.

    Cocotte Farm Roast & Winery
    The last steakhouse on our list is Cocotte Farm Roast and Winery, which offers a delightful mix of a rural chic atmosphere and organic farm products. This contemporary rotisserie has a farm-to-table concept that focuses on the use of sustainable and organic ingredients. The menu features the melt-in-your-mouth, slow-cooked wagyu chunk ribs, as well as an Australian wagyu tomahawk. Besides the beef, you should also try the roast chicken, which they marinate with the chef’s delicious recipe and serve with a sauce of your choice.
    • Opening Hours: 11:00 – 21:00
    • Address: Soi Sukhumvit 39, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110.

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    Last edited by Logan; 08-18-2021, 05:21 PM.

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    Steakhouse Bull & Bear at Waldorf Astoria Bangkok serves up premium cuts of meat along with killer views of the city’s skyline.

    World-class steakhouses that are synonymous with fine dining are few and far between, and Bull & Bear is often regarded as the pinnacle. With two popular outlets at Waldorf Astoria hotels in both New York City and Orlando, Florida; the Bangkok location with its sky-high views is in a class all by itself. Perched across several levels on the 55-57th floors of the opulent Waldorf Astoria residence and hotel, Bull & Bear offers a traditional steakhouse experience with an ultra-modern Asian flair. It effortlessly blends masculine art deco inspired decor elements of dark wood and black marble with ornate glass chandeliers and intricately carved Thai sculptures. You enter through a stately bar with its massive counter, mirrored ceiling and lounge seating, where the intoxicating aroma from the wood-burning grill is the first thing that greets you. The main dining room reveals generous views of the glittering city below from every table, along with an unobstructed sightline into the well-appointed open kitchen. Subtle East Asian inspired textiles are cleverly hidden in the ceiling panels and the entire space oozes with an undeniable sense of contemporary style and sophistication.

    Heralded as much for their handcrafted cocktails as their iconic steakhouse, the Waldorf Astoria has a total of three bars including the one inside of Bull & Bear. Positioned on separate floors, The Loft and The Champagne Bar are connected via a grandiose symmetrical staircase that features an intricate black metal and brass balustrade adorned with a shimmering gold leaf finish. Few things are as wonderful as going to The Champagne Bar to watch the sunset with a bottle of Dom Pérignon before dinner. Alternately you can steal away to The Loft after your meal and hole up in their semi-private viewing room with its comfortable couches while snuggling up with a cocktail or two.

    Chef de Cuisine, Daniel Masters is the inspiration in the kitchen and he brings with him a wealth of experience when it comes to the grill. Hailing from Australia, he cut his teeth working at the award-winning Rockpool Bar & Grill made famous by celebrity Chef Neil Perry. To put his stamp on the Bear & Bull menu, Chef Daniel has added underutilized sustainable seafood along with wagyu beef from artisanal farms in Australia such as the Margeret River, Diamantina and Rangers Valley. “I try to keep things simple by using good ingredients and letting them shine," he said, “I have a lot of experience with seafood which compliments the meat and works well when grilled as a light and healthy option". You’ll also discover a live raw bar with succulent fresh oysters, a selection of Petrossian Daurenki Royal Caviar and Chilled Seafood Towers that are best served with a glass of sparkling wine or chilled Chardonnay.
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    The ostentatious custom-made grill with its eye-catching copper dome is undoubtedly the main attraction as you bear witness succulent hunks of meat being grilled over open flames. “This grill is really quite special", asserted Chef Daniel, “We use locally sourced wood which gives the meat a unique flavour and then cook everything over the open flame to perfection". Case in point is the Seared Hiramasa Kingfish with Charcoal Roasted Fennel, Spring Onion & Toasted Coriander which is a light and refreshing starter that is elevated by the smokey elements of the char-roasted vegetables. For a meatless main course, I highly recommend the perfectly executed Grilled Glacier Toothfish with Smoked Celeriac, Apple Gratin, Roasted Shallots & Red Wine Jus. This seasonal fish is painstakingly “line-caught" by hand in deep sub-arctic waters and has a firm but rich texture that is very similar to snow fish.

    When it comes to beef, it doesn’t get any better than the Bone-in-Ribeye and 55-day Dry-aged Porterhouse which are simply legendary. I opted for the luxurious Japanese Wagyu (A4 marble) Striploin from Saga prefecture with its sensual melt in your mouth texture. Pair it with Truffle and Smoked Gruyère Mac & Cheese, Duck Fat Potato Fries with Herb Salt & Garlic Aioli and a helping of Sautéed Spinach without the creme for the ultimate beef-centric feast. Red wine is a nice accompaniment or enjoy it with a signature cocktail like the Bull & Bear Smoked Kiwi which is reminiscent of a whiskey sour or a Smokey Old-Fashioned which is an excellent reimagination of a classic favourite. Dessert was a vibrant Grilled Pineapple Pavlova that proved to be a stunningly cohesive way to tie all the elements together and end an elegant and memorable meal.
    Bull & Bear manages to successfully beckon you with its sensual charms and deliver a contemporary steakhouse experience that never forgets its roots while keeping its eye firmly of the future. They get kudos for offering a plethora of delectable seafood options for a more health-conscious consumer without sacrificing any of the carnivorous staples coveted by hardcore fans. They are iconic for a reason, and the Bangkok restaurant at the Waldorf Astoria is a welcome addition that is sure to have food connoisseurs traversing the globe in the future to taste the incredible dishes you can exclusively find only at this enviable location.​

    A good number of dishes are prepared on the restaurant’s customized dome grill, which can be adjusted to cook different types of meats as well as other ingredients. Commence your meal with a light appetizer like the BBQ caesar salad (THB 400), which puts together grilled romaine lettuce, maple bacon and anchovy vinaigrette, or the flavorful jumbo crab cake (THB 800) served with smoky remoulade. The lobster bisque (THB 500), which takes on a smooth richness with the injection of cognac, is another great way to start the meal. You can’t go wrong when it comes to mains. Bull & Bear has prime steak cuts in various sizes, including a bone-in New York strip steak (THB 2,200) that features highly marbled 55-day aged Black Onyx beef and a heftily portioned, impressively tender 55-day aged Ranger Valley bone-in ribeye (THB 5,900). For a better steak experience, pair your perfectly grilled meats with the restaurant’s take on the Old Fashioned (THB 420). Non-meat eaters can cozy up to the seafood selections like smoked Scottish salmon with leek, spinach and celeriac (THB 880). A meal at Bull & Bear at Waldorf Astoria Bangkok does not come cheap. But given that you’re taking in world-class dishes and stunning views in one of the city’s most prestigious addresses, it’s worth every baht
    • Address: 151 34th floor, Waldorf Astoria Bangkok Ratchadamri Road Pathumwan Bangkok
    • Contact: 0 2846 8888
    • Opening Hours: Open daily 17:30-22:30
    Last edited by Ratatouille; 11-20-2022, 03:24 AM.

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