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San Francisco, California
March 29, 2006
This is a beautiful restaurant and we have eaten here many times. The first time we went, Thailand's Prime Minister was hosting a diner in one of their private rooms. This restaurant is well worth the claim to fame. It is a top-notch steakhouse, and the service is everything you would expect and more. Wearing a bare shoulder dress and being cold in the AC, the host offered wraps to keep warm while I enjoyed the meal. They have a vast selection of Japanese and Australian beef, cooked to your specifications. The side dishes are amazing, and the fresh tossed salad is worth the trip to Thailand alone. My favorite dish is a filet mignon petite cut, but the NY Strip is a very close second.
Directions: Inside the JW Marriott Hotel Website: www.marriott.com
From journal Thailand is Amazing!
May 3, 2005
I was incredibly excited for the meal, as I hadn't had a fine dining experience yet in Thailand. The entire ambience of New York Steakhouse was indeed high-quality. The drinks were excellent (I had a martini). The food, on the other hand, left a bit to be desired.
I had the filet, which was cooked a little too much for my liking. My date had the salmon. The salmon was excellent, but not why I went there. Now, more about the steak. The food was certainly not on par with high-quality steak meals in the U.S. or Japan. In the end, I was disappointed with the steak. I'm not sure there is a better steak place in Bangkok, but I will definitely second-guess going for steak again in Thailand or elsewhere in Southeast Asia.
From journal Life in Bangkok
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
July 6, 2002
From journal Indulgences in Bangkok