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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Meat Bar 31

  • Meat Bar 31
  • Meat Bar 31
  • Meat Bar 31
  • Meat Bar 31
  • Meat Bar 31
  • Meat Bar 31
  • Meat Bar 31

Meat Bar 31 is a new steakhouse that serves a variety of premium cuts from the US, Japan, Australia and England prepared by owner Itthi Voranate, a Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef who is also the main guy behind Silom's Bitterman and Ari's Barka.

The highlight has to be the Australian grain-fed tomahawk steak (B2,950), a 1kg bone-in rib cut which serves at least three. Other picks are the platter of six different cured meats (B800) and lobster mac’n cheese (B240).

Dessert include a cup of double chocolate brownie with marshmallow cream (B280), while drinks range from TWG tea (B150) and coffee (from B85) to French house wine (from B200/a glass, B980/a bottle).

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Phone: 095-778-2617
Meat Bar 31, El Patio, Sukhumvit Soi 31, Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

MRT Sukhumvit

Opening Hours:

daily 6:30-11pm; Sat-Sun 11am-2pm



Open Since:

May, 2015
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