Before our visit to Pattaya, Thailand, we had heard a lot about the Pattaya Beer Garden, near the famous Walking Street. We wanted to check out what it the food and drink was like at the sea view restaurant so headed there are on first day in Pattaya.
As you can see from the title of our video, I went for the British food straight away! We don’t get proper sausages and we definitely don’t get good mash here in China so how could I resist?! Judge me if you will but they were darn yummy!
Calum opted for a Penang curry which I did try; it was quite spicy for me but then again, up until last year I thought pepper was a bit too spicy for me! It did taste delicious though.
Some of the more popular dishes are listed below (with prices of course!):
|Sausage and Mash||195 baht|
|Cheese burger||130 baht|
|Roast dinner||310 baht|
|Mixed Grill||310 baht|
|Pizza (variety of choices for toppings)||280 baht|
|Sandwiches (a range of fillings)||130 baht|
|Penang curry||150 baht|
|A range of Thai stir fry||160 baht|
|Thai styled Seafood Platter||260 baht|
|Pad Thai||150 baht|
Personally, I found drinks in Pattaya in general to be more expensive than the price we paid in Bangkok. Pattaya Beer Garden offered a wide variety of drinks for less than the bars around the area.
|Soft drinks||50 baht|
|Fruit juices||70 baht|
|Tea or Coffee||50 baht|
|Tiger Draught Pint||100 baht|
|Tiger tower (3 lt)||390 baht|
|Imported beer (bottle)||95 -145 baht|
|House wine (red or white)||120 baht|
|Spirits||90 – 140 baht|
We enjoyed our lunch at Pattaya Beer Garden and can see why it is so popular for tourists and expats. There is a good variety of food and when you are missing home, you can get some decent western dishes here.
What would you order? What restaurants would you recommend in Pattaya? Let us know in the comments below!