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“If you love steak, go to MASH and enjoy” implores a devotee who worships at this Danish shrine to meat, which sprawls along beneath Soho’s pavements. With its racing-red leather, the odd art-deco flourish and high ceilings, the grand dining room is an appropriately capacious space in which to indulge voracious appetites, while the menu owes more to American traditions than Danish – witness mighty crab cakes with mango chutney to start, and heavy sides of mac ’n’ cheese or onion rings. Top billing goes to the Danish crown (a dry-aged rib-eye), but also look for new arrivals such as (comparatively) cheaper Uruguayan steak in a variety of cuts, alongside top-dollar Kobe, Black Angus, Australian and Nebraskan beef. The wine list is equally cosmopolitan with certain pricier bottles accessible by the glass, all overseen by master sommelier Jess Kildetoft. Prices are in line with the London steakhouse norm, while Sundays mean BYOB with no corkage.

Former Sommelier's Award winner

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.

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Online Offers ?

50% Off Steak Every Monday

From the a la carte menu. Excludes Kobe Wagyu.

Available: 03 July 2017

Max: 6 people

Expires: 28 August 2017

Maximum of 6 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service.

MASH London
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MASH London

77 Brewer Street ,London W1F 9ZN

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Deliciously prepared steak

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May 2015

Editor's pick There was an offer for MASH Steakhouse on Opentable which offered 50% off steak, as we all know steak is somewhat expensive in London and quality steak such as Wagyu is even more sky-high in price (for the average individuals such as myself). MASH Steakhouse gives off an old school – underground secret society’s restaurant vibe. I felt very exclusive (like I am part of an exclusive club) to walk a couple of floors to find myself entering this new environment completely different to any other restaurant...

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  • Food & Drink: 10
  • Service: 10
  • Atmosphere: 10
  • Value: 9

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MASH London

77 Brewer Street ,London W1F 9ZN

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My Little Secret? ...

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Feb 2015

So, in nearly 10 years of being a member, this is the only venue I have ever thought of writing about. The staff are professional, friendly, the décor is on top form, the building is full of history, the location is bang in the heart of Soho & the food, oh my, the food is just wonderful. As soon as you walk down the spiral staircase (take the lift after you eat) the view you see of the restaurant is breath taking, which is why I am surprised on how MASH has been almost empty both times...

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  • Food & Drink: 10
  • Service: 10
  • Atmosphere: 8
  • Value: 10

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77 Brewer Street ,London W1F 9ZN

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So-So

by   silver reviewer (19)

Sep 2014

I have now been to MASH twice. The first time I was a little bit underwhelmed but thought I'd give it another go. The best thing I can say about MASH is that the room is amazing! Great art deco architecture and fittings. It's just grand. The food, on the other hand, was disappointing. Most of us had the tuna tartare which was pleasant but disappointingly bland. The waitress did an excellent job of selling us the Danish fillet which apparently was the special that day. I was going to go...

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  • Food & Drink: 5
  • Service: 8
  • Atmosphere: 8
  • Value: 6

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77 Brewer Street ,London W1F 9ZN

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Christmas lunch at MASH

by   bronze reviewer (8)

Dec 2013

Having tried many of London's steak houses, when our team decided on steak for our Christmas lunch out, we thought we'd go somewhere we'd not been and try MASH. On arrival the setting is very grand (and down about 2 flights of a glamorous spiralling staircase) and we were served quickly and well, and due to our changed group dynamic on the day, our table changed favourably as well. Firstly the ambience of MASH was interesting. Lovely high ceilings and nice decor, interspaced with the odd meat locker,...

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  • Food & Drink: 9
  • Service: 8
  • Atmosphere: 7
  • Value: 7

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77 Brewer Street ,London W1F 9ZN

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Just misses being good

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Oct 2013

Overall the meal seemed expensive, a clear indication something wasn't right. Food wasn't clear on the menu, creamed spinach was actually cheesy spinach, green salad was quite bitter made up of too much frisée and crepes came generously sprinkled with peanuts which I don't think was mentioned on the menu, although the waiter did tell me they were covered in brandy and they were only just warm, very disappointing. Chilli chips were good, jalapeño stir fry was tasty and mixed tomato salad was good...

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  • Food & Drink: 7
  • Service: 8
  • Atmosphere: 7
  • Value: 5

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77 Brewer Street ,London W1F 9ZN

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Like a cow... Outstanding in it's field.

by   platinum reviewer (52)

Apr 2013

In a crowded and recently revived market for high end steak restaurants MASH is in my opinion the best of the lot. I'm aware that's a bold statement and if the competition would like to invite me back to their venues then that's very kind of them :) however when I'm taking my wallet out for some divine steak I'll be heading back here. The venue itself is beautiful – very opulent and they have done a fantastic job of restoring the grand art deco style and the large subterranean dining room works...

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  • Food & Drink: 10
  • Service: 10
  • Atmosphere: 7
  • Value: 8

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77 Brewer Street ,London W1F 9ZN

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Excellent dining experience

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Apr 2013

I couldn't recommend this place more. I am very picky when it comes to my steakhouses and the service thereof. I went to the restaurant with a very sceptical outlook having read some of the reviews and I was proven wrong. They surpassed all of my expectations, so much so that I went twice. The second time was even better than the first. They understand service, the wine selection is impressive and the types of steaks they have are unique.

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  • Food & Drink: 10
  • Service: 10
  • Atmosphere: 10
  • Value: 10

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77 Brewer Street ,London W1F 9ZN

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Dec 2012

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Editor's pick After Brasserie Zedel, I thought we might have turned a corner in the ‘restaurant-prices-like-phone-numbers’ debate. A Regent Street restaurant with appropriately sky-high rents and rates offering top drawer scoff you'll struggle to spend £25 a head on. Surely everyone would be onto this? Now the joint genius of restaurateur team Corbin & King manage this pricing at Zedel with few reservations, lots of tables and very high customer churn, turning tables three or four times a service generating...

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  • Food & Drink: 9
  • Service: 8
  • Atmosphere: 6
  • Value: 6

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Nov 2012

Having heard so many great things about MASH, I made a reservation ahead of the grand opening and was very much looking forward to the evening planned with a friend. On arrival we were both suitably impressed with the ambiance of the restaurant as it is obvious great detail has gone into the renovations. Our banquette was perfect for the two of us as it provided privacy whilst still making us feel we were amid the throng of other diners. The staff, though friendly, unfortunately were inefficient...

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  • Food & Drink: 2
  • Service: 1
  • Atmosphere: 10
  • Value: 2

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    The Swindian :: MASH & tasty but expensive steakhouse in London | The Swindian

    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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    Matt The List :: Matt The List: KERB Clubhouse - Cocktails at MASH

    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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    TRUsocial :: TRUsocial: Beef, beef and more beef at MASH London

    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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    The Square 8211; Sam The Food Fan :: MASH and the Great British Steak-off – Sam The Food Fan

    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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    The Food Queens :: American cocktails at MASH anyone?

    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 be

    We’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 9

    But until that day, we can dream –...
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    Got To Be Gourmet :: MASH Steakhouse Soho

    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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    The Real Critics Guide :: The Real Critics Guide MASH London

    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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    The Boozy Bunch :: MASH An American Steakhouse with a Danish twist The Boozy Bunch

    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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Essential Details for MASH London

  • Cuisine: North American
  • Area: Soho
  • Price: £62.00
  • Wine: £20.00
  • Champagne: £65.00
  • Private Dining: 18,24

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“If you love steak, go to MASH and enjoy” implores a devotee who worships at this Danish shrine to meat, which sprawls along beneath Soho’s pavements. With its racing-red leather, the odd art-deco flourish and high ceilings, the grand dining room is an appropriately capacious space in which to indulge voracious appetites, while the menu owes more to American traditions than Danish – witness mighty crab cakes with mango chutney to start, and heavy sides of mac ’n’ cheese or onion rings. Top billing goes to the Danish crown (a dry-aged rib-eye), but also look for new arrivals such as (comparatively) cheaper Uruguayan steak in a variety of cuts, alongside top-dollar Kobe, Black Angus, Australian and Nebraskan beef. The wine list is equally cosmopolitan with certain pricier bottles accessible by the glass, all overseen by master sommelier Jess Kildetoft. Prices are in line with the London steakhouse norm, while Sundays mean BYOB with no corkage.


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