Mahasan Burnt & Bowl, the hip and humble steakhouse that only serves four tables a night, and which quickly became the talk of the town among carnivorous foodies when it first launched, has recently relocated from old town Charoen Krung to a larger place in Yannawa district.
Known for high quality, locally-sourced meats that won’t break customers’ banks, Mahasan reopened its doors again on Chan Road inside a larger home with its own parking spaces.
The change of venue comes with a change of menus as well. While much-loved items like its charcoal-smoked T-Bone (THB580 for 500g) and sous-vide grilled ox tongue (THB270) are still available, the restaurant also added a “today’s specials” section that includes dishes such as dry-age angus tenderloin (THB750 for 350g), Thai-French flat iron (THB980 for 500g) and dry-aged rib fingers (THB380 for 200g) served with flavorful truffle sauce.
Reservations are compulsory to dine at the highly popular restaurant. Bookings can be made via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note, however, that the restaurant is already completely booked through the end of November (so try again for December!).
Mahasan was launched in late 2018 by passionate meat lover Nattapong “Bank” Ratchalek. The restaurant suddenly shot to fame thanks to its wallet-friendly premium steak selection and its homey, unpretentious vibes. With a tiny original location that could only serve four tables at a time, Mahasan’s also gained a reputation for being one of the most difficult bookings in town.
Mahasan Burnt & Bowl is at 2016/46-47, Soi Chan 23/1, Yannawa, Bangkok
Open Tues-Fri, 6:30pm-10pm, Sat & Sun noon-11pm
Phone: +6663 406 5566
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