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The acronym stands for Modern American Steak House not Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, so expect to be impressed by this grand and glossy Danish import. A regal staircase winds underground to the sprawling restaurant and bar, where red leather is the fabric of choice and great slabs of beef are displayed like the crown jewels in a central cabinet. Luckily, MASH canback up such grandstanding with exemplary ingredients, attentive service and an "impressive" wine list. The "fabulous" oysters and generous charcuterie boards head the European starters, while the main event brings "amazing" Wagyu, Uruguayan, Australian, Scottish, dry-aged Danish or superbly soft American corn-fed beef. You can plump for lobster, fish or lamb chops as an alternative– either way, quality and flavour justify the price tags. To finish, the deceptively light profiteroles are a must, and the 5 Dollar Shake milky cocktail is also "to die for".
The Mash list is – understandably – bigger on reds than on whites. Expect to find plenty of top-end French bottles, and an exemplary line-up of wines from California, with a range of vintages from big names such as Screaming Eagle, Harlan, Ridge and Opus One. Good selection of larger-format bottles, too.
One of the nice things about December is the abundance of Christmas celebrations. Parties, dinners, lunches… it’s a great excuse to build up the winter belly! Last week, one of these celebrations was lunch at MASH – a restaurant I had heard a lot about but never had a chance to visit. This steakhouse is a Danish import and boasts an almost incomprehensible number of different steaks.It reminded me a bit of Brasserie Zedel in that it looks slightly inconspicuous from the outside but once you enter and go downstairs, it opens into a huge, ornate room. However, there is the conspicuous addition of huge...
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Dinner in the red leather booths of Danish-run MASH (Modern American Steak House) has always been out of my price range, but the bar is a different matter. Cocktails range from £9 to £12.50, and with the launch of a new American travel-inspired menu, there's never been a better time to check it out. There's no substitute for great staff and MASH are not short in that department, so swap the busy Soho streets for a 1920s ballroom, sit yourself down at their glamorous art deco island bar, and make some new friends. And if that isn't working out, you can always write some postcards using their innovative...
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MASH still feels relatively new to this cavernous basement space in Soho, but having opened in 2012, it’s definitely overcome any growing pains it may have feared! It’s a beautifully masculine dining room and bar, with low lighting, dark wood and brass trimmings, a sea of cosy booths and a vibe that would be equally befitting of a business dinner as it would a date or catch up with friends; it attracts celebs, sports folk, and regular folk like me by equal measure, and it’s luxurious without being inaccessible. Rarely does such a place straddle such a myriad of social gatherings or clientele, but here we have it…I...
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First up is a full review of a restaurant that I’ve never visited before despite having opened 2 years ago. MASH – a Danish brand but perplexingly the name stands for Modern American Steak House. The restaurant is a vast 300 cover space just behind Piccadilly Circus. The Art Deco style of the restaurant is stunning and I was immediately drawn in. I just wanted to get comfortable at the bar and stay there. It really is impressive. I could just imagine the movers and shakers of the 1920’s dancing away to a jazz band playing in the corner. Alas, dinner was waiting so enough day-dreaming…We were seated in a...
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Whilst TFQ’s might not quite be living the NY-LON lives in reality that we’re living in our heads, one day we will beWe’ll wake up in The Wellesley in Knightsbridge, kick whoever it is that’s somehow landed in our beds swiftly out, breakfast at The Delaunay, hop onto Donatella’s jet to New York, nip into Bergdorfs for a light selection of Valentino gowns, briefly show our faces at TFQ-HQ in TriBeCa, grab a quick rain-cloud shower in our Upper East Side penthouses and somehow still manage to arrive immaculately dressed at The Standard in time for cocktails at 9But until that day, we can dream –...
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Just before we went on holiday, we were invited for dinner at MASH in Soho (the name stands for ‘Modern American Steak House’). Tim and I first went there a few years ago for his birthday when it opened in 2012 and absolutely loved it, so we couldn’t wait to see if it had changed and what the menu would now be like. It is a Danish business, with the first restaurant opening at Bredgade in Copenhagen in 2009. A lot of attention is paid not only to the food, but to the design of the venues and attention to detail.MASH is a massive venue, underground in Soho. It really does remind me of the steak houses I’ve been...
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Mash is located in the heart of London’s colourful Soho. This downstairs dining room specialises in steaks, you will find all kinds of steaks procured from all over the globe here. Truly a steak connoisseur’s paradise. The restaurant occupies a large area that used to be a ball room, there are lots of booth style tables wish a plush red velvet theme. We visited in their opening period a couple of years ago, and were keen to experience their menu again and to find out how things had progressed.
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MASH stands for Modern American Steak House – yet despite that it has Danish roots so I was thoroughly confused about what to expect. However, a 50% off all steaks (except Wagyu) summer special was too good to resist and I rallied a crew to head down for a bit of a meat feast. I also owed Avi a steak dinner after he thrashed me on the JP Morgan Corporate Challenge run by a solid two minutes so this was a win worth of Charlie Sheen.
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