Burgers, brisket, steak, ribs, burnt ends, bacon, wings... you name it, these menus have it.

25 Degrees 

 

US restaurant chain 25 Degrees is a self-described “bordello meets burger bar.” They also say everything here is made from scratch, including the homemade buns. Burgundy wallpaper, iconic black and white photos, and a giant checkerboard mirror make for a suitably upgraded diner setting. The burgers, too, are upscale. The most popular order is Number One, with caramelized onion, bacon, arugula, Prelibato gorgonzola and Thousand Island dressing. 

Click restaurant name to see menu and make your booking.

 

Alexander's German Eatery

 

From the former manager of Bei Otto, this German eatery brings boisterous beer garden vibes to a  two-story corner townhouse in Ekkamai. At the front, an outdoor dining area comes strewn with fairy lights and wooden tables that look straight out of an Oktoberfest celebration. Inside ramps up the tavern vibes with timber, red bricks and, to top it off, a taxidermied deer head. Head upstairs for a communal-style dining hall or stick it out on the ground floor where you can keep an eye on the open kitchen and order direct from a compact-sized bar. The waitresses cut a refined look in their German traditional costumes—nothing like the skimpy versions you may have seen before.

Click restaurant name to see menu and make your booking.

 

Ash Kickers Briskets & Bourbon 

 

Ekkamai’s newest arrival may classify as an American smokehouse, but don’t arrive expecting to find barbeque ribs drenched in sweet tomato sauce. Here, the succulent, tender wood-smoked meats are left to speak for themselves—no sauce necessary. Chef-owner Colin Stevens and co-owner Gary Stewart draw their smoking methods from across the US with one caveat: only wood is used (no gas or charcoal).

Click restaurant name to see menu and make your booking.

 

Billy’s Smokehouse

 

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 meats, including all the sides your stomach could wish for. 

Click restaurant name to see menu and make your booking.

 

Char

 

This spin-off from a Shanghai bar and grill dwells 25 stories above Wireless Road as part of a two-story rooftop complex that’s both restaurant and bar. All told, Char delivers an uncompromised, sophisticated modern steakhouse wallop with amazing views across Bangkok's "Embassy Row."

Click restaurant name to see menu and make your booking.

 

The Kitchen Table

 

W Bangkok’s chic all-day restaurant deals in both Asian and Western flavors. Their recently unveiled “Tipsy Cow” menu features sees carefully selected meats treated to stateside cooking techniques, from smoked beef brisket and barbecue pork ribs to burgers and unique dishes like the duck lasagna. The restaurant shirks the hotel’s glamorous and glittery purple vibe in favor of classy warm woods and inviting amber lighting.

Click restaurant name to see menu and make your booking.

 

The Meatchop Butcher and Spirits

 

This carnivore heaven serves premium steak and tasty tapas bites from an open kitchen. Grilled prime cuts include a 270-day aged Australian black Angus, while smaller plates like jamon Iberico and the trending wagyu katsu sando are perfect to nibble on while sipping on a classic cocktail. Black tiling meets pastel pinks and greens and pink-tinged lighting for a hip, fun atmosphere.

Click restaurant name to see menu and make your booking.

Leave a Comment