Time Out says
Wagyu-importer-turned-beef-specialist Wagyuism pleases meat lovers with fine beef imported directly from Kobe and Hokkaido— we’re talking A4 and A5 grades. (It’s even one of the very few Kobe beef-certified restaurants in Bangkok!)
Tucked in Soi Ari Samphan 5, the cozy eatery boasts loft-style interiors decorated with wood furnishings and Japanese art. Helming the kitchen is a Japanese chef who creates dishes for a specific part of the beef. Must-order dishes include wagyu soba (Japanese soba and wagyu simmered in soy sauce broth, B450); gyu tofu (a sukiyaki-style soup of bean curd topped with beef that’s been cooked for longer than 10 hours, B480); and smoked steak (price starts from B1,000), where beef is smoked with apple wood and served with three house-made dressings: ponzu sauce, Himalayan salt and yakiniku sauce. You can also choose from an array of prime cuts like striploin, ribeye and tenderloin, and tell the staff how you would like it to be cooked. One of our most favorite dishes is the wagyu white miso (B460), a dish that features a chunk of loin marinated in sweet Saikyo white miso, and marinated egg yolk.
Complement your meal with a specially-curated selection of wines and sakes, and desserts like matcha pudding (B140). There’s a space for private parties on the second floor. Parking is not available.
Soi Ari Samphan 5
|Opening hours:||Open Tue-Sun 11:30- 15:00, and 17:00-23:00|