Thin slices of wagyu (which means Japanese beef) cooked on a hot stone, what is there not to like?
We have passed by Wagyu Kamada before, but it was always empty. Until recently, the place started to show signs of life, with a ‘20% discount’ promotion (updated 17 Feb 2016: an assumption I’ve made that the crowd was due to Wagyu Kamada’s promotion). When we were there yesterday, there were many Japanese diners, always a good sign.
Both bf and I opted for their hot stone steak menu – he ordered Chef Recommended Wagyu Steak set (890 baht), whilst I chose Wagyu Yakiniku set (590 baht).
I also noticed that some Japanese diners ordered their Kurobuta Hamberg, so perhaps something worthwhile to check out.
I can’t recommend the sizzling wagyu hot stone enough. Let the pictures do the talking.
The beef is tasty enough, to stand on its own without dipping. But if you like, you can also dip it with black pepper, salt and even wasabi, after grilling.
Their set comes with refillable rice (white or fried garlic rice), salad, Tonjiru Soup and ice cream. Tonjiru soup is like a Version 2.0 of Miso Soup. It comes with vegetables (daikon and carrot) and pork.
1,519.40 baht for a lunch of two. Thanks, D for yummylicious lunch treat.
We’ll be back, with or without promotion.
Updated 17 February 2016:
A comment from chticalap, a reader “Until recently, the place started to show signs of life, with a ‘ 20% discount’ promotion . Where did you get this information?” had me thinking. I think it’s a fair point. As a blogger, we write based on our own observation, which could be fair or grossly unfair. It also serves as a reminder that sometimes, we can’t and should not write based on something that we have not verified. I really enjoyed the food at Wagyu Kamada, and will return, whether with, or without promotion.
306/1, 3rd Floor, The Mercury Ville, Ploenchit Road, Lumpini,, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330
Phone:02 253 2915
Business Hours: 10:00am-10:00pm
Nearest BTS: Chidlom