Not many steak houses come with a view like Prime, located on at the Millennium Hilton. At the lobby, we took a glass elevator to the 3rd floor. The walk way leads to 2 very interesting outlets; Maya a unique Thai restaurant with a very interesting Thai contemporary dance and Prime; the ultra chic steak house.
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Our meal started with an Amuse-bouche of prawn on top fresh leafs and a green bean infused creamy sauce. Then arrived an attractive looking loaf of bread, it was warm like just out from the oven. For appetizers we went for something light “Ox heart tomato salad”. The ox heart tomatoes where very sweet and firm, it is served with Frabosa blue cheese and dressed with 15 year old balsamic vinegar. Next was the “Baked snails in champignons”. The champignon mushrooms had a chewy texture which went along well with the garlic snails flavored with a parsley sauce.
For the mains our helpful waitress recommended the “Grilled New Zealand lamb cutlets” and the “18 oz Australian T-bone steak” both were grilled perfectly. We could tell it is good from the aroma. Cutting in the meat gives a better indication, pink and a little bloody inside. The taste confirms that it is good.
For dessert “Chocolate Soufflé” and vanilla bean ice cream which ends a perfect meal. Among the many steak houses in Bangkok, there is one that stands out in both the quality of food and ambiance.
Ox heart tomato salad 550-
Baked snails in champignons 690-
Grilled New Zealand lamb cutlets 1,450-
18 oz Australian T-bone steak 2,150-
garlic mashed potatoes 200-
Baked potatoes, sour cream, chives & bacon 250-
artichoke barigoule 250-
Chocolate Soufflé & Chocolate sauce 490-
vanilla bean ice cream 150-
Millenium Hilton Bangkok, 123 Charoennakorn Road, Klongsan, Bangkok, Thailand 10600 Tel: 66-2-442-2000 Fax: 66-2-442-2020 Text/photo: Vasin Srivarathanabul