The Danish steakhouse chain's first London outlet.
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77 Brewer StreetSohoLondonW1F 9ZN
Had dinner here last night with family for the second time. We like MASH because of the decor and atmosphere. We headed to the bar for drinks as we were early. Started with the Malbec. The waiter was friendly and had a good sense of humour. Then headed to our table. Service was good and prompt. The waitress was helpful in giving advice on the best cut for us based on what we like. The dinner...more
Pleasantly surprised as I had heard mixed things about MASH but found it an excellent steakhouse. I had the Danish bone-in ribeye. Most importantly, it was cooked exactly as ordered, medium rare, and if anything they erred on the rare side which is always a plus. The steak had a very distinct aged, grassy flavor that I enjoyed. Also had the tomatoes with feta, which was nice. A good...more
We popped into MASH for late night cocktails after dinner and a wander round Lumiere festival.
Tucked away two floors below street level, and on a quietish Sunday night, MASH had quite a secretive & illicit vibe.The venue itself is majestic, with two flights of red carpeted stairs leading down to a bar and dining room. With dim atmospheric lighting and retro American style decor, it...more
Steak restaurants are one of my favourite types of restaurant in general, and I finally got to give MASH a try last week!
It's certainly the most impressive Steak restaurant I have eaten at...it's huge! Really nicely laid out, and plenty of staff to cover it's vast area! You burn your steak off with the long walk to the toilet and back!
In terms of the food, I was expecting big things! And...more
The interior of MASH is like a modern cathedral - once you get down to it though as it's two floors down from the initial reception. But once you get down there it's amazing - the bar is sensational and the actual dining room is vast and really just the finest looking steakhouse I've ever seen.
We each had a steak, I enjoyed mine but my wife had a dry aged one and we both found it too game-y....more