Towering Burgers at Firehouse Bangkok

By Mark Wiens 5 Comments
Firehouse Burger Restaurant and Bar, Bangkok, Thailand
Firehouse Burger Restaurant and Bar, Bangkok, Thailand

Burgers are something I very rarely eat.

And even in Bangkok, I eat burgers probably less than anywhere else I might be due to all the exquisite tempting $1 dishes to choose from.

But there comes a time when a burger sounds like the right thing; And when you’re in Bangkok (video), Firehouse is the the place for burgers!

Dwight has already eaten and reviewed Firehouse burgers a while ago, but this was my first opportunity to go there, so I thought I’d just post an update.

Along with Aaron who reviews Bangkok’s best hotels, I headed over to Firehouse Restaurant one evening, located just a 10 minute walk down Sukhumvit Soi 11, Nana BTS station.

California Burger at Firehouse!
California Burger at Firehouse!

I ordered their California Burger which came as a towering burger packed with 180 grams of fresh beef, lettuce, cheese, tomato, and a few slices of buttery luscious avocado – which I don’t get to eat too often in Bangkok.

I ordered the burger medium rare, and though it came more like a medium well, it was still excellent.

Price: 280 THB

Potato Wedges from Firehouse Burger Restaurant, Bangkok, Thailand
Potato Wedges from Firehouse Burger Restaurant, Bangkok, Thailand

Potato wedges were perfect.

No too salty, and fried to the perfect crunch. A choice of potato wedges, regular fries, coleslaw, or I think onion rings, are part of your burger order at Bangkok’s Firehouse.

Lava Cake from Chu Bangkok
Lava Cake from Chu Bangkok

Finally for dessert there’s a selection of three different sweet plates that are all courtesy of Chu Chocolate Bar, which I recognized from taking part at Big Bite Bangkok.

Firehouse Restaurant is rated by Bangkok Burger Blog as an 8/10, and I’d have to agree with that.

It was a really burger, when you’re ready for one!

Firehouse Burgers Bangkok


Prices: 200 – 400 THB

Go check out Dwight’s article for more information and how to get there.

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  • Shane

    8 years ago

    OK Guys, Ive got your ultimte Thai eating food guide … and read it almost every night. Its now four weeks before we head off to Thailand – 6 days on the WWII journey Kanchanburi to Three Pagoda Pass and then four days in BKK, staying on Soi 6 Sukimvit Road.

    My questions is what are the must try restruants close by or easy to get to.


  • Mike

    8 years ago

    I don’t know how you ate the desert. I have the appetite of a Thai girl, but I ate the breakfast burger with potato wedges and 2 Beer Laos, and I was so full that I had to sit around for about 40 minutes before I felt like I wouldn’t puke if I tried to move. All of this is a good thing of course. Best burger I’ve had in Bangkok.

  • Frans

    8 years ago

    I agree…I haven’t found better burgers..inside AND outside of Bangkok. And indeed you should order your burger a bit “more raw” then you WOULD want it..then you’ll propably get it just the way you want to.

    • Mark Wiens

      8 years ago

      Thanks for sharing Frans, glad you like it too!