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Ok Sunday is just two days away and I have skipped out on missing a traditional Sunday dinner since my time here in Patts. This Sunday I want to be sure to not to let that happen again. Who in your opinion serves the best Sunday dinner in town.

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Can't speak for the "best", as I haven't tried very many and certainly not all, but I really enjoyed the Sportsman Pub's Sunday Roast.

 

Here's a photo that I took:

Sunday Roast.jpg

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Punch and Judy do a very good Sunday roast and you can also wash it down with a pint of draught Stella, if that is to your liking.

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18 coins on soi buakhao.

This is a joke, right????

 

Can't speak for the "best", as I haven't tried very many and certainly not all, but I really enjoyed the Sportsman Pub's Sunday Roast.

 

Here's a photo that I took:

Sunday Roast.jpg

 

How much is the roast here?

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Not a great fan of the Sunday roast myself, but, when I'm in the mood, the Queen Vic on Soi 6 is my venue of choice.

 

I presume that you prefer egg on toast? lol

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How much is the roast here?

 

My memory is pretty bad, but I want to say it was around 450 baht

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My memory is pretty bad, but I want to say it was around 450 baht

£10...wow

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you not a fan of 18 coins i take it ????????

Been there several times (yes, give every place a fair chance) the service was so so slow and the food did not impress, sorry but true. I phrase many many places but cannot recommend 18 Coins for food

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Been there several times (yes, give every place a fair chance) the service was so so slow and the food did not impress, sorry but true. I phrase many many places but cannot recommend 18 Coins for food

agree cheap Charlie joint, the beef would serve better as a new sole in my worn out shoes. If you intend to lie down for a few hours after eating then the sportsman is the place, great beef and proper leg of lamb, but being a buffet you just tend to eat to much, I've been going to punch and Judy of late very nice roast with great stuffing, about 300฿
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Not in Patts The Cafe Ritz in Jomtien complex serves a superb Sun. dinner & some of the best European food around at very reasonable prices

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Lets face it, having sunday lunch is a real treat in Patts if you are a long time resident there on limited means. Varying prices 299-600baht makes it more expensive than many places in England. My local pub in England currently offer a fantastic 3 roast carvery at 2 for £12. (288baht per person). But I suppose eating meals like a full English breakfast or Sunday lunch helps you reminisce past times and meals in your home town, so maybe worth every baht when you are thousands of miles from home

 

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I would rather eat sunday dinner in pattaya then england :) :) :)

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Not in Patts The Cafe Ritz in Jomtien complex serves a superb Sun. dinner & some of the best European food around at very reasonable prices

How much is Sunday Dinner here?

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Think its 399bht for a 3 course dinner but you can just opt for 1 or 2 courses. The Cafe Ritz is only open in the evening, it is a little gem tucked away in the complex

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The Haven Soi13, had a choice of chicken, beef or pork with mashed and roast potato, brocolli and cauli flower, gravy and yorkshire pudding . 190 Baht. I had the pork which was just a little over cooked but probably from cooking while sitting waiting to be cut and served. Could have been a little better with the addition of peas or beans and pumpkin. The Yorkshire Pudding was good, the gravy tasty.. not a packet gravy.

Well I'm goin on 60, I'm older than most. Won't be long now and all I'll be is a ghost
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I wish I wish I wish, these places that do a nice Sunday lunch would train their staff to put it on a HOT plate, when you ask them to do it, its like explaining Algebra to them lol

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Lisbon

Think its 399bht for a 3 course dinner but you can just opt for 1 or 2 courses. The Cafe Ritz is only open in the evening, it is a little gem tucked away in the complex

Thanks mate, I know where it is

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I ended up trying the Sportsman Pub on Soi 13. The carvery was just as shown by footypjman. Certainly got my fill on, no doubts there. But a little pricey at 425 baht.Overall the food very good and the choice of meats was excellent,

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Jollies Soi Buakhao does a half decent nose bag if you want to pig out; all you can eat for 199bt

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  • 2 months later...

Any one tried dicey Reilly's for Sunday roast? 299฿ all you can eat buffet

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Any one tried dicey Reilly's for Sunday roast? 299฿ all you can eat buffet

 

I didn't try their Sunday roast, but did go for one of their "burger specials" nights -- it was a damn good burger and a good deal.

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