The steakhouse that sees Londoners queuing 'round the block

Following the opening of UK-favorite Burger & Lobster last year, Gaysorn Village is gearing up to bring us another of London’s booming mini-chains: Flat Iron.

This Soho steakhouse staple made it big on the London dining-scene with their specialist focus on lesser known cuts, which allowed them to produce juicy steaks like the eponymous flat iron (a shoulder cut) at incredibly affordable prices—by London standards, anyway.

Whether they’ll bring their low prices and no-bookings policy that has seen Londoners queueing two hours for a table is yet to be revealed, but we’re excited to find out.

The Bangkok branch is set to open this July at Ratchaprasong’s high-end mall, Gaysorn Plaza, under the name Flat Iron Wagyu (www.fb.com/flatironwagyubkk). See a glimpse of the place below.


UPDATE: Bangkok's Flat Iron Wagyu is not affiliated with Flat Iron Steak, which only has branches in London. 

Credit: www.fb.com/flatironwagyubkk