Why is Pattaya a great place for a Sunday Roast?
Pattaya is undoubtedly a fantastic place to live, how many of us would swap our lives now for one back home? The answer, is not many. However, we all go through periods when we miss things such as friends and family, or more importantly food! Luckily, you don’t have to worry about that if a Sunday Roast is your particular craving, as the options are so vast!
As you wake up from your Saturday night out, what better way to settle your stomach than to tuck into some Yorkshire Pudding and a variety of roast meat? The problem then becomes, where do you go? The old favourites such as The Sportsman and Punch and Judy spring to mind. Then you have Robin Hood at The Avenue, as well as Robins Nest and Jolly’s in the Soi Buakao area.
For those living in Jomtien, Hemingways is only 150m from the beach and further down is Tequila Sunrise Bar & Guesthouse on Soi Chiayapruek 1. These are becoming well-known venues for those living a little further out but for the rest of us, they are little gems that we may have missed. It’s definitely worth a visit if you are out that way on a Sunday.
You may think that you would expect to pay a lot for Sunday Lunch, after all it’s foreign food! Well, you would be wrong with prices comparable with what you would pay in the UK, you won’t be paying over the odds. The quality, certainly at the places mentioned, is first-class and even the hungriest of diners won’t be complaining about the size of the portions. So, when you have excellent quality, fabulous sized portions and great value, you wouldn’t be thought of as ‘crazy’ if you decided to go every week!
Pattaya is a fantastic place to live, work, drink and eat and it seems that Sunday Roasts can now be added to that list. Where else would you find such a choice of pubs and restaurants to go to for a Sunday carvery? There are enough places in the UK that would struggle to compete, never mind the rest of the world!