Vegans, avert your eyes! From American barbecue and hearty steaks to Indian kebabs and comforting grilled chicken, you just can't beat a meaty feast. If you're feeling those carnivorous cravings, check out these venues participating in BK Restaurant Week 2020. From Sep 19-Oct 3, the much-anticipated dining event will see over 70 of the city's top restaurants offer incredible deals on multi-course menus. General booking is now open via the website—be quick, seats are selling out fast!
You won’t find any gas or charcoal—only traditional wood smoke—at this authentic American smokehouse in Ekkamai. Sauce is a no-no, too; making this truly barbeque for purists. A 16-hour-smoked beef brisket crowns the menu, and other specialties include beef short ribs, Hawaiian kalua pork and smoked wings. And everything—from the ketchup to the cornbread—is homemade.
You might know Billy Bautista from Osito Unique Spanish and La Monita. Here, Billy takes on low-and-slow smoked meats with an all-American barbecue approach that nods to his California roots. Billy's Smokehouse busts out giant plates of finger-licking smoked meat and all the sides your stomach could wish for.
Located on the terrace of Crave Wine Bar & Restaurant at Aloft Bangkok hotel, this American-inspired barbecue joint comes with quirky Asian twists—think flavorful kaprao pork ribs and butter chicken sandwiches. Pair your meal with craft beers like Chalawan and unconventional beer-influenced cocktails, you’re sure to have a relaxing evening with sweeping views over Sukhumvit.
Drawing heavily from Iberian traditions, this spot uses fire in all forms—smoking, flame grilling, charcoal grilling—to cook high-grade cuts of meat and premium local ingredients. It’s not all carne asada, either. You can also expect fresh ceviche and fancy veggies.
Located atop Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road, this rooftop bar is about more than just drinks. Over on the grill they cook up some amazing local beef from French butcher Arnaud Carre—one of the most respected food names in town. It takes up the top two stories of the hotel with a stylish dining room downstairs and the rooftop bar up above to benefit from those amazing views across Bangkok's "Embassy Row."
This sleek and sultry restaurant pairs boldly spiced Indian-style kebabs with creative cocktails. The wonderfully flavorful meat from the tandoor is joined on the menu by other Indian classics like daal (stewed lentils) and phirini (rice pudding) that are no less authentic.
The multi-story showpiece steakhouse atop the Park Hyatt goes all out. The interior of walnut woods and marble is stunning. The menu of red meat and seafood jumps straight to the premium stuff. The cocktails hit the price-to-quality sweet spot. This is prime date-night material.
At this Rama IX institution, you can enjoy the spectacle of food becoming theatre as you gather around the open fire pit. Head here for modern takes on grillhouse classics, like surf 'n' turf with scallops and tenderloin chocolate sauce.
This upscale steakhouse on the second floor of the Marriott is all about American-style grilling. The District’s modern and elegant setting takes its cues from New York City's Meatpacking District, while the menu highlights hearty steaks and fresh seafood.
This carnivore heaven serves premium steak, tasty tapas bites and cocktails in a deli store concept. An open kitchen, patterned black tiling, pink walls and rattan chairs lend it a swanky yet fun feel. For serious grill dishes, prime cut steaks include Black Angus from Australia's Rangers Valley, oven-baked Chiang Rai chicken and Australian lamb chops. Smaller plates like the wagyu beef sando and platter of jamon Iberico and serrano are perfect to nibble on while sipping on a classic cocktail.
W Bangkok’s chic all-day restaurant deals in both Asian and Western flavors, though their recently unveiled “Tipsy Cow” concept sees carefully selected meats treated to stateside cooking techniques. The American influence is clear in this menu of cobb salad, barbecue smoked pork ribs and 20-layer chocolate cake.