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Buster’s Fish & Chips Opening Soon On Sukhumvit

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Bangkok is set to get another new chiippy with Buster’s Fish & Chips ready to dish up some British fayre on Sukhumvit Soi 33/1 Alley tucked in behind Villa Market.

As yet, their FB page has no menu but does say they hope to be open on Monday 17th August.

I’ll keep an eye out for it opening and pop in to see what they are selling.

Further down Sukhumvit at Soi 13 another chip shop is getting set to open under the name Smith’s Fish & Chips. No news on an opening date for that one yet either.



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Free-Flow Waffle Sunday Brunch

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Free-Flow Waffle Sunday Brunch

Bangkok’s only free-flow waffle brunch every Sunday at Transition 24 Cafe & Bar is only 280 baht per person and you can eat, eat, eat as much as you can.

Unlimited savoury toppings (eggs, cheese, bacon, and fried chicken) Chicken & waffles

Unlimited sweet toppings (Fruits, icing sugar, vanilla gelato, maple syrup, whipped cream, chocolate sauce, sprinkles, etc.)

Add 140 THB for free-flow drip coffee!

Booking in advance required
086.840.8934

Transition 24 Cafe & Bar

Specialty Coffee & Speakeasy Bar in the heart of Chinatown located on 24 Soi Kalan Tun (Rama IV Rd) Ground floor at “The Orientale Hostel”.



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Scruffy’s Sunday Roast Scores A 9/10

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Having scoffed a few pints of Asahi in the afternoon come 7.30pm old Stick was starving and in need of a feed and a change of scenery.

Her indoors has never been to Scruffy Murphy’s before and that’s where we decided to go for some food as I fancied a Sunday roast and know they do decent Thai scran to keep her quiet.

No messing about when we arrived and I went for the Triple Taste at 340 baht that lets you choose from beef, pork, lamb and chicken. I skipped the lamb for no reason in particular.

Mrs Stick scanned the menu and went for extra spicy mixed seafood yum which turned out wasn’t on the menu at all but fair play to the service and chef for knocking up what she wanted.

Extra Spicy Mixed Seafood Yum

Extra Spicy Mixed Seafood Yum

Being the fat glut that I am, I couldn’t just order a Sunday roast and be content. No, no, no. It doesn’t work that way and I fancied some chips and curry sauce too.

There’s been a lot of talk on Twitter lately debating hand cut and frozen chips so when my plate arrived with homemade chips it was a nice surprise.

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Hand Cut Chips With Curry Sauce

Was the food good?

Well, you know it was from the title so there’s no need for all that food writer fluff.

Scruffy’s Sunday roast was one of the best I’ve had in Bangkok scoring an impressive 9/10.

As for the Thai food, I just asked the other half to score her scran out of ten and she immediately gave it full marks. 10 out of 10. Why such a high score? Her words, “they made me exactly what I wanted, how I wanted it and I got mine before you”.

We washed everything down with a 5 bottle beer bucket of Leo that was on offer for just 400 baht. In fact, we were so full we only drank four of them but 2 sambuca’s sent over from Eoin the manager may have played a part in that.

Stick went to bed with a full belly and a mental note to return another Sunday for more of the same.

Note, this is not a sponsored post, Scruffy’s had no idea I was coming and as always I paid my bill. Yes, the manager, who is a friend of mine, sent over two shots on the house which I will be sure to reciprocate next time I meet him when he’s out on the town.



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Fire House Burger From Bully’s Pub

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Fire House Burger from Bully’s Pub is a spicy burger, glazed with buffalo dip, topped with jalapeno poppers, lettuce, onion, pickles, cheddar cheese and spicy mustard sauce.

And if that little lot isn’t enough, it’s served with fries and coleslaw.

A bang for your buck belly filler available for dine-in and delivery.

Bully’s Pub
▶️ Open 4p.m-midnight
(Closed on Monday)
▶️ Sukhumvit Soi 2-4
(Next to J.W Mariott)



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