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Inspired by traditional American steakhouses, with all meat imported from the US, Uruguay, Australia and Denmark, there is ample choice on offer. Pair this with an extensive wine list produced by an award-winning sommelier and it is clear why the MASH experience is not one to be overlooked. The Pre & Post Theatre Menu comprises 3 courses for £25 or 2 for £22, including options of Caesar Salad, Charcuterie, Danish sirloin, side orders and a selection of desserts. The atmosphere is one of sophistication and refined selection, contained within architecturally historic and stunning surroundings. This 350 cover restaurant and bar is an exceptional dining choice when visiting London.

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77 Brewer Street, Soho, London, W1F 9ZN

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+44 20 7734 2608

Opening Times:

Monday – Saturday 11:30 – 15:00

Opening hours | Lunch

Monday – Saturday 12:00 – 15:00

Sunday - Closed

Opening hours | Dinner

Monday – Saturday 17:30 – 23:30

Sunday 17:30 – 23:00

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77 Brewer Street
+44 20 7734 2608
Public transport:
Piccadilly Circus

Sample Menu

  • MENU
  • STARTERS £9.00
  • Scallops with soy sauce and mango|Caesar salad|MASH tartare
  • Linguine with tiger prawns, tomatoes & chilli|½ Lobster grilled + £8
  • American steak & fries approx. 200g £25.00
  • Uruguay Ribeye, approx. 300g £29.00
  • Danish Sirloin, approx. 250g £30.00
  • American IBP prime Rump approx. 200g £25.00
  • Wagyu Sirloin,approx. 200g £50.00
  • Corn-fed chicken breast £16.00
  • MASH burger, approx. 250g with chilli fries £15.00
  • Fillet of turbot £25.00
  • DESSERTS £8.50
  • Vanilla panna cotta with rhubarb
  • Strawberries with meringue & vanilla ice cream
  • Profiteroles filled with crème patisserie, chocolate sauce & vanilla ice cream
  • Deconstructed chocolate cake & Bourbon ice cream


4 out of 5 based on 21 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Mash

4.0 out of 5 21 July 2014
by Alex S.

Ah MASH, you stole my heart when you named your spot the Modern American Steak House. And then you stole my stomach when you put delicious steak into it.

And if you steal my heart and my stomach, I'm going to love you forever.

MASH is a spot hidden in plain sight in Soho. You may have walked by it. I know I do. It's the one with the small red sign above the large glass door. But when you...more

2.0 out of 5 8 May 2014
by Vorname N.

Steak was quite ok and well cooked, of course, but not worth the price. Just the beef is above GBP 30. I defenitely had better and bolder steak dishes in other large european citys.

So if it has to be a sophisticated steak in London, I know where it's rather good. (man). ;-)more

5.0 out of 5 2 April 2014
by Sara L.

I come to MASH all the time for drinks/happy hour. I love the bar area and I think it's one of the best in London. They have very good, reasonably priced wines and the service is always great.

I've had dinner here once and remember having the Uruguay fillet with bernaise sauce and a salad. I was very impressed. I'd like to visit the original Copenhagen restaurant too.more

4.0 out of 5 20 March 2014
by Erika T.

A wonderful experience from the moment you walk in the door. The space is vast, the tables are very comfortable and well-sized, but also provide a private feel. Great wine selection at reasonable prices.

Recommendations include the dry aged steak and the Mash tartare. The dry age steak does not need a sauce, although they offer several nice ones.

Service was wonderful (not overbearing,...more

5.0 out of 5 16 March 2014
by Prad P.

From the outside, MASH doesn't really stand out as anything special. In fact, I walked past it a couple of times, before I realised that that was the place (which probably says more about my focussed dependency on Google Maps when walking around, than the restaurant itself).

But then you wander inside, and venture down the spiral staircases into a large room which wouldn't look out of place...more