Firehouse serves some of the most delicious burgers and cocktails in Bangkok! Coming from South Africa, we eat a lot of red meat – so finding or making a delicious beef burger is not difficult back home. In Thailand, it is. After not having a beef burger – or any kind of beef for that matter – for almost 2 months, our craving was finally satisfied after visiting Firehouse!

What to eat?

  • Firehouse is most well known for its burgers, but a number of other dishes (such as sandwiches, salads and hotdogs) can be found on their menu
  • We went for dinner and each had a MiniBurger… Although this is the mini option, there is nothing mini about this burger and it is more than enough food to feed a hungry man!
  • When ordering a burger, you have the option of adding extra toppings – which range from 20 Baht for a fried egg to 80 Baht for Gorgonzola cheese.

Can you share?

  • I guess you could – but if you are not looking to eat a huge meal, I would suggest having a MiniBurger.
  • Sharing a burger isn’t always the easiest thing to do! :)


  • The atmosphere is vibey, hip and trendy.
  • The restaurant is relatively small inside, so if you are desperate for a table or plan on going with a big group – I would suggest making a booking.
  • It is easy to end your evening off with drinks on Soi 11 as Firehouse is conveniently located right in the hub of it all.
  • Just remember – TAX and service fee are charged to the final bill… Service was not great when we were there – we often had to get up and ask where our drinks were, so just make sure you do get your drinks and you aren’t charged extra if ordering during Happy Hour.


  • Prices on the menu are fair – with options available for those on a budget and those who can afford to splurge.
  • A MiniBurger costs 140 Baht (and comes with fries) and an Angus Steak Burger costs 300 Baht
  • There are also a number of promotions throughout the week. Happy Hour runs every evening from 4:30 until 8:30pm – buy-one-get-one-free on all cocktails and draft beers!


  • Firehouse is really easy to find.
  • Take the BTS Skytrain to Nana Station
  • Find Sukumvit Soi 11 and follow the bend in the road to the left.


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