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October 2021
Travel Directory > Restaurants and Bars > Thai > Bangkok

Thai Restaurants and Bars in Bangkok

Austin Pub
Address: 164 Khaosan Rd.  Taladyod, Phranakorn  Banglampoo  Bangkok  10200
Tel: 0-2280-7428
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No food here, so definitely a pub rather than a restaurant, and more of a British theme than a full on British pub. Despite this, Austin Pub still has a lot to offer. A spacious two storey building is extremely well designed and very comfortable - despite the crowds you always get a bit of space to yourself. Very much a scene for young Thais, Austin Pub boasts a sound system any disco would be proud of! Local beers come in at around 100 Baht a bottle, with spirits and cocktails also available. A great place to play pool or watch sports on cable television. Getting there is a bit tricky; walk down Khao San Road from the police station end and it's more or less halfway down on your right. It's down a smallish alley so you might have to hunt it out a bit - a neon sign on the main strip indicates where it is.

Bobby's Arms
Address: Patpong Soi 1  1st Floor Carpark Building, Patpong 2 Road, Bangrak  Silom  Bangkok  10110
Tel: 0-2233-6828
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Open nearly three decades Bobby's Arms is probably the best known British Pub in Bangkok. Recently renovated, the place is bigger than it was and probably a bit more functional than charming. A huge screen shows all the important English Premier League matches and a very effective sound system can at times make it a bit difficult for people to talk to each other. Good value food and extensive menu - Bobby's food is so good that it's now a franchise operation with food sold at a variety of outlets around Bangkok. Bobby's offers some dishes you might not get elsewhere - Cottage Pie being something not often on the menu in Bangkok. Darts, pool, local and foreign beers, happy hour is 16:00-19:00 with pints of draft beer costing 80 Baht (as opposed to the usual 120 Baht). The nearest BTS station is Sala Daeng and the nearest MRT Silom. To get there go down Patpong Soi 4 and it's only your left. There is a dedicated dining area on the second floor.

Chequers Pub
Address: 5/11 Sukhumvit Soi 4  Bangkok  10110
Tel: 0-2255-3993  Fax: 0-2656-8074
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With a regular crowd of expatriates serving as its clientele, Chequers has become a home away from home for many of its British customers. Just up the road from Nana Plaza, Chequers is a smallish place which really packs them in! Housed in a two-storey building, upstairs acts as a restaurant while downstairs is reserved for people more interested in having a drink. However, all that changes when a big football game (usually English premier league) appears on the big screen upstairs - everyone mingles together to get the best view of the action. The restaurant's excellent menu offers traditional British food and some of the more usual Thai dishes. Daily specials are worth looking out for - good value and very wholesome. Chequers has a well stocked bar with local and foreign beers available as well as spirits and cocktails. Managed by a Brit, Chequers is a place regular visitors to Bangkok come back to again and again. A very friendly place and recommended by all.

Address: Soi 4 Sukhumvit  Bangkok  10110
Tel: 0-2252-6413
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Apart from being situated in the same Soi, Jools shares other similarities with Chequers. Both have two floors and both share a British theme. Of the two, Jools is the better established with many years of trading under its belt. Its restaurant area is clearly defined and it comes across much more like a bar with a restaurant. As with Chequers, Jools draws a regular crowd of expatriates alongside regular tourists. If you sit downstairs for any length of time you are bound to be drawn into conversation with someone. Chequers offers excellent British food with equally good Thai cuisine. British owned and managed, for many this is not just a place to go for a drink or a bite to eat, it's a way of life! To get there walk down Soi 4 (away from Sukhumvit Road) and it's on your left. Nana is the nearest BTS station.

The Barbican Wine Bar, Cafe and Restaurant
Address: 9/4-5 Thaniya Road  Silom  Bangkok  10500
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With a bit more sophistication than most British-theme places in Bangkok, the Barbican draws a 'city' crowd as well as visits from tourists. With a spacious downstairs bar and dedicate areas for diners, there's always some space to breath. Good British/European food served and music is provided by a DJ rather than a jukebox. The Barbican is situated in 'Soi Nippon' - the next Soi down from Patpong Road if you are walking towards Robinson Department Store - an area dominated by Japanese tourists and expats. The Barbican is on the right-hand side. Draft Guinness is served here. Costs are probably in the mid- to high-range for most people - a bit more expensive than other British theme places. The nearst BTS is Saladaeng and the nearest MRT Silom.

The Black Swan
Address: 326/8-9 Sukhumvit Road  Bangkok  10110
Tel: 0-2229-4542
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This is a rare treat! Open only 4 months (as of Nov-2004) and the first floor of this quaint little two-story British pub/restaurant is already has a good number of customers! As soon as you see 'The Black Swan' you know you have come across something a bit different. Even from outside it oozes authenticity, right down to the pub sign above the door. Inside it's cosy and homely, and with the expatriate clientele and the visitors from the area's 5-star hotels, you really could be in the UK. Two British 'landlords' (managers) have put their hearts into this place - British food, British standards (they dug out the bottom of the building to install a water treatment system) and British attitude - right down to the 'miserable British landlord' (his words, not mine!). Food prices are a bit higher than usual, but take a look at their spotless kitchens (which you can - landlord David Robertson will be only too pleased to show you round) and you can see why. Soup of the Day costs 100 Baht, Steak and Kidney Pie comes in at 390 Baht and Steak 550 Baht. Kilkenny Beer costs 190 Baht and Guinness 170 Baht. Pipes are cleaned every two days here so, in David's own words, 'If the (draft) beer's not fresh you don't pay for it." It'll be fresh... I am sure about that! Getting there could not be easier. Simply cross the walk bridge from Sukhumvit MRT and Asok BTS - The Black Swan is on the opposite side of the road to the Volvo dealership and right at the foot of the BTS steps. No happy hour or discounts available. Take a look inside and you wouldn't expect anything like that!

The Bull's Head Pub
Address: 595/10-11 Sukhumvit Soi 31/1  Bangkok
Tel: 0-2259-4444  Fax: 0-2662-1491
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A favourite with tourists and expats alike, the Bull's Head offers a genuine taste of Britain right in the heart of Bangkok. Famous for its Sunday lunches, the Bull's Head menu has a solid range of British food alongside a good selection of Thai dishes. Just like a British pub, the Bull's Head offers a number of activities - regular quiz nights, a Disco night on the last Friday of each month, and a variation of the Happy Hour concept, the Sunday night 'Toss the Boss' - order a drink, toss a coin, and if you guess right you get a free drink! The nearest BTS station is Phrom Phong and to get there walk down the road behind Villa Supermarket. The Bull's Head also hosts the 'Punchline Comedy Club' where visiting comedians do stand up routines. Prices are mid-range.

The Huntsman
Address: 138 Sukhumvit Road  Bangkok  Bangkok  10110
Tel: 0-2254-0404; 0-2254-0424  Fax: 0-2253-4259
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Situated under the Landmark Hotel, The Huntsman is another well established British-theme pub/restaurant, although, as it is part of a hotel, it is often frequented more by tourists than expats. A very big place with plenty of seating, the Huntsman features live bands (usually from the Philippines) covering current hits at volumes that often make talking a bit difficult. However, when the band is on, you can of course eat, and the Huntsman's food is wonderful. The Steak and Kidney Pie is particularly good. Nana BTS is right outside the Landmark so getting to the Huntsman is very convenient. Being part of a great hotel you could expect hotel prices, but the Huntsman is not overly expensive. A good reputation for Sunday lunches so check it out if you are in town at the weekend.

The Londoner Brew Pub
Address: 5 591 UBC II Building, Basement B 104, Sukhumvit 33  Sukhumvit Road, Wattana  Bangkok  10110
Tel: 0-2261-0238-40
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The Londoner Brew Pub is probably the only microbrewery in Bangkok that doesn't brew German beers. A British pub and restaurant, the Londoner produces excellent English beers, particularly the 'Londoner Mild', which is as good as it gets anywhere in the world. A big city pub, this place is very spacious early evening, but you'll be surprised just how crowded it can get, especially if there is an event on! A very firm favourite with football fans, the Londoner is especially good fun during the World Cup. There are a number of booths around the walls of the pub where people eat and there's fairly extensive seating for diners - if you aren't eating it can get a bit difficult to find somewhere to sit (or even stand) when it gets busy. The food ranges from a spicy Thai menu through to more traditional Western pub food, including great burgers, kebabs and even Yorkshire Pudding! Buy one draught beer (including Carlsberg and Heineken) on Wednesdays and get one free - avoid it if there is a public holiday on Thursday! General knowledge quizzes are held weekly. Situated under the UBC1 Building on the corner of Sukhumvit 33, the nearest BTS is Phrom Phong.

The Offshore Bar and Fish and Chip Shop
Address: Soi 23 Sukhumvit  Bangkok  Bangkok  10110
Tel: 0-2661-7830
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If you are craving for good old British fish and chips as well as a drink, look no further than the Offshore Bar and Fish and Chip Shop - British-style bar with an authentic fish and chip shop built onto it!. The bar itself is on the smaller side but has everything you need for a good evening. It is possible to order fish and chips at the bar rather than having to move into the fish and chip shop. The nearest BTS station is Asok and the nearest MRTA Sukhumvit. Walk towards Soi Cowboy from Sukhumvit Road and you will see it of your left.

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