The Fat Cow stampedes into Chinatown with juicy burgers, craft beer

Photo: The Fat Cow/Facebook
Photo: The Fat Cow/Facebook

The Fat Cow is on the mooove again with a new branch in Chinatown.

At The Fat Cow Yaowarat, patrons will find a rooftop, six taps, and a full food menu just minutes by foot from MRT Wat Mangkon exit No. 1.

Expect signature burgers like The Fat Cow (beef patty, home-smoked bacon, onion jam, pickles, and aioli, THB310) and The French, with brie cheese and honey mustard sauce (THB320).

The Yaowarat location’s taps rotate plus there are many more bottle selections. Instead of a highrise rooftop view, this one is settled on the fourth floor and overlooks the Lee Ti Miew Shrine and colorful Chinatown.

This marks the restaurant’s third branch after its original in Lat Prhao, which moved to a new location this year, and another in Bang Wa.

The Fat Cow Yaowarat is open noon to midnight on Soi Yi Sip Song Karakadakhom 1 near MRT Wat Mangkon.

Photo: The Fat Cow/Facebook

The Fat Cow 
Noon to midnight, rooftop open 5pm
36/12 Soi Yi Sip Song Karakadakhom 1

This story originally appeared on BK

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