Yes, the 300 baht steak is thai beef, but it is first class, the Aussie/NZ steaks are more expensive, but I wouldn't bother with that stuff that is often frozen for months anyway. My friend and I went, a steak each (did I say the vegetables are friggin brilliant), too much beer, bill less than 1000 baht.Do you think its Thai beef?
Print out card above, jump in a taxi, 15-20 minutes later you''ll be there, I imagine it would be well packed on the weekend, lunchtime during the week is the best bet if you wish to wear your slippers .It's not really Sukhumvit, is it? How on Earth do you expect me to go there?
I think you'll find that they are vacuum packed, not frozen.the Aussie/NZ steaks are more expensive, but I wouldn't bother with that stuff that is often frozen for months anyway.
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But at what temperature are they kept in the vacuum pack, must be chilled I'day say?I think you'll find that they are vacuum packed, not frozen.
After just a little more thought:
I'd say they might be nearly frozen (inside the vacuum pack that is).
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I dont know I put a pen mark on a piece of frozen steak at Lotus Changwattana 7 months ago and the piece of meat was still there as of last sunday!!
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I'd imagine thats because some people (myself included) prefer their steaks sans pen markings.
Plastic my friend and my own code you would never find it!!!! One of the things that comes with age, as well as prime beef!! Plastic as in the crappy wrapping it is in at Lotus.
T-bone steak is yummy
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we finally made it to TT, and the dinner was great: we had the set dinner with the NZ steak--cooked perfectly, and we were able to substitute lobster bisque for the soup course. it was a little bit expensive, but we also ordered a reasonable Merlot. will go back--defitinitely. easy parking too.
Glad to hear you enjoyed it!
I think the rib eye steak from Villa is local and it is really good if it is cooked properly.
How much does one (or however many you have to buy) cost pwease??? Might finally get my arse down there.
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I bought quite a large steak (that I will get two meals from, but a man would eat the lot in one sitting), yesterday for 182 baht. Not cheap, but it is really nice.
The Villas at Suk 33 and Thonglor seem to have the best stuff (or a higher turnover)
But you have to cook it properly. No turning it every three minutes or moving it around in the pan and prodding it like most men do when cooking Barbeques.
You forgot having the obligatory beer in the free hand and the surrounding bevy of beer drinking mates all offering suggestions and pointing out what he's doing wrong.But you have to cook it properly. No turning it every three minutes or moving it around in the pan and prodding it like most men do when cooking Barbeques.
Or would you like to swing on a star?
As a proper man I only cook it for a minute each side
182 Baht is really very reasonable!
You buy I cook up the offer stands. Plus I provide all the side dishes!!!