The Royal Oak
The Royal Oak is one of Bangkok’s oldest pubs with a 20-year history. It’s a traditional British style pub on Sukhumvit 33/1. It’s open fronted with a large terrace. Happy hour is opening till 20.00 Monday-Friday, 16.00-20.00 Saturday-Sunday.
There are International pub grub and Thai food menus cooked by British & Thai chefs. The food and service are excellent. Good deals are the daily three-course set lunch menu at 249 baht. Also, fish n’ chips at 159 baht on Fridays. The weekly Sunday roast is good value at 295-345 baht. All prices are net. No ++.
Draft beers include Leo, Singha, Heineken, Tiger, Asahi, Peroni, Old Speckled Hen, Murphys & Guinness. For cider drinkers, there is Magners & Aspells. Happy Hour prices for a pint start at 105 baht, and from 140 baht outside of happy hour.
Entertainment includes occasional live music, and live comedy every Friday at 20.00. Tickets are 350-500 baht on the door. There is a popular pub quiz every Wednesday at 19.45 with a 1000 baht prize for the winning team. Thursday night is lady’s night from 20.00 with cheap drinks (for ladies) and a DJ. Most sporting events on TV are covered, sometimes with commentary. The clientele is mostly expat regulars and locals. There’s a great atmosphere.
Where is it?
Location: Sukhumvit Road Soi 33/1.
Opening Hours: 08.00-01.00
Getting There: BTS Phrom Phong (exit 6).