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Where is the best steak house in BKK?


Ammy

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Just would love to hear people suggestion where is the best steak house or serves the best steak in town. Let alone New York Steak house and Prime coz it costs a fortune there :P

My fav places are Antonio in Suk 31 and Ostrich steak in Guisto... lovely

I heard there are somewhere else better than those. I need a big chunk of steak this weekend for some energy!!!

Any idea??? :)

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Just would love to hear people suggestion where is the best steak house or serves the best steak in town. Let alone New York Steak house and Prime coz it costs a fortune there :P

My fav places are Antonio in Suk 31 and Ostrich steak in Guisto... lovely

I heard there are somewhere else better than those. I need a big chunk of steak this weekend for some energy!!!

Any idea??? :)

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I haven't been to the two that you mentioned, but the steakhouse at the top of the JW Marriott is excellent. Excellent food, great presentation and service. I highly recommend it.

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GATOR420: i suppose you are talking about New York Steak house... tried it and the bill was like 8000 baht... sure it was superb as the price :P

Nelis: I have got to eat that regularly already ;)

Apple: Thanks ja. I will remember when I go there next time :)

Sinenat: Chock Chai in soi 23 u mean?

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NY steak house is truly yummy but pricy... why bother paying if you can get a big dish of juicy steak for free at "Sassy's kitchen" ??? !!! (if only you bring those bottles of wine) LOL

I tried Madison but the service itself sucks (like u said)

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Aommy: I eat those sometimes too ja but this weekend i feel like steak. doesnt hurt right?

Sassy: Really! would love you to teach me how to cook it more!! I want to cook for someone. u know who :P hehe, and a bottle of wine for the charge ;) Well, try Prime in Hilton... the bill and steak would shock you more than NY Steak house!

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hahhhh!! Mr. Lucky (with dimples) LOL I will need to have a secret recipe from my favourite chef... my half god half chef ^^

Our dinner choice : we went to the supermarket and bought like a kilogram (or more) of fresh meat.... we thought we would cook that for a week, you know... only one meal, we finished that big beef LOL so yummy... home-made food. Prime? any discount voucher for my Bday this weekend? LOL *hint hint wink wink*

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New York Steakhouse in the J.W. Marriott is probably the best. Park Avenue Steakhouse in the Mercury Building across from Central Chitlom (entrance on Soi Langsuan side) is nearly as good, but also very pricey. It depends on what you are looking for. For me, I go to The Westin Grande Sukhumvit sometimes on Sundays for their buffet, which on Sundays always includes roast prime rib of beef and the quality is truly excellent but expect to pay around 1,200 baht per person.

For barely accceptable prime rib, Outback Steakhouse at around 600 baht.

For beef lovers, Thailand is NOT the best place to live!

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The best steak use to be at Madisons in the 4 Seasons, but it has gone down hill since the chef left. Sorry you know who :). The most flaovoursome steak I have regularly is at Zanotti, the Italian restaurant in Saladaeng. Delicious t bone in various sizes cooked in the Florentine tradition.

I dont think the New York steahouse deserves its reputation but I may have been there on off nights.

Mikes suggestion of the Park Avenue Steakhouse is a good one, but once again depends on the night, I have good and so so there.

Then there is always my place with a thick juicy aussie steak cooked to perfection :).

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Sassy: Haha!! you got me again yes, those dimples :P Are you serious this weekend is your Bday? I thought its on 24th july?

Well, I would really love to do that as well, I think its really nice... as we have bottles of wine, candles, table, kitchen but i cant cook!!! Can u plz ask your chef a secret recipe on what herbs to put on the meat and how to cook it etc.. i really have no idea about cooking at all :P

Khun_lung : Yes, Gotta say NY Steak house is pretty good... and Prime in Hilton really got my thumb up!!! but ridiculously expensive :S Truly agree. Thailand is not the place for my steak!!!

Park Avenus sounds good... not far from my office. might give it a try. Have u ever tried Niel's Traveller something in Soi Ruamrudee? I heard its also good...

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Mike : I know which dish you are talking about in Zanotti!!!!!! I really love that too... aw got me straving again :P BTW, which chef was that of Madison before? is he the french guy who is now a chef for Prime in Hilton?

well, apart from cooking for me please teach me how to cook!!! i would be more appreciated :)

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I had some very good steaks at Pomodoro on Sukhumvit somewhere between Soi 5 and Soi 11. Also a very good Fillet Mignon at the german restaurent way down Soi 11 on the right side (you have to pass by Ambassador Hotel on the right side). And the latter was very reasonable priced. My .02 baht :-)

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Ammy, if you are ever in Korat I have steak is out of this world and only 220 Baht with mashed potatoes, Vegy, salad, and bread. Have T-Bone, Rib Eye, and Filet

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I've not been to Neil's Tavern in quite a long time but from the times I've been there the quality of their steaks were mediocre at best. That's why I don't go back.

If I'm in the mood for beef I'll have a 125 baht hamburger at Gulliver's (surprisingly good) or splurge for the Sunday prime rib at the Westin.

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best steak in Thailand and maybe even in south east asia is at tratorio toscane at beach road in pattaya, very close to the dusit hotel. Great wines too.

Streak costs about 800 baht but definately worth it

Reservations should be made

for the real meat lovers, T-bone is fresh cut at the spot and awesome

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Neil's Tavern used to be better couple years ago but now i think its just on down hill, still famous and crowded tho.

Park Avenue is great, good beef quality and of course pricey. I like this place.

For a romantic scene, Chokechai is not recommended.

If you cook yourself which i would recommend is better and alot cheaper with the choice of beef you like.

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