Not much to report on. British style pub with boring macros on tap but a bottle selection does deliver a range of common Belgian offerings. Everything else appears rather cookie cutter from decor to food menu to service. Definitely not worth visiting with so many better options in Bangkok for beer nowadays.
In basement of a small shopping centre. Nothing interesting on tap but the Weihenstephaner hefeweiss was nice and refreshing. Nice to be able to have Thai food with a decent beer. Also does western food aswell as very ordinary live music! Walking distance from Roadhouse Barbecue.
An underground bar with 12 taps and a decent bottle selection. The bottled selection had a very Belgian focus. A much better bar than you will find in many places in Thailand tho. They have live music but the girl that was singing when I was there was worse than Pheobe from Friends! The service is great. Wi-Fi is solid. Happy hour prices are good. I would return.
Get there during happy hour!
Their food is decent, the beer selection is pretty basic.
deanso (549) Chiang Mai, Thailand | January 14, 2014| Updated May 21, 2014
Close to the metro Sala Daeng on Si Lom road. Its underground in the United shopping centre/food place. Happy hour until 8pm where tap beers are 200 baht plus service and tax. An ok selection od german british and Belgiian beers. 3 of the 12 taps were off.
Not far from Sala Daeng Station in Silom Road. 10 beer on tap (2 taps were empty) and 45 bottles. Mostly Belgian and German beers on plus the usual pale lagers and major brands. Resoable prices for this kind of beer in Bangkok. 50cl of Weihenstephaner, Guinness,, Leffe etc. was 200฿ before 7pm. Bottles of Eruopean beer between 170฿ and 240฿. Pleasant atmosphere and okay food. Quitet on a wednesday afternoon. Clearly one of the best selections of beer we saw in Bangkok. Visited 2012-05-15