Posts Tagged ‘Dynasty Inn’

Chequers Pub Guinness Beef Stew Special

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

Pub Grub! Last weekend I tried the Guinness Beef Stew in Chequers Pub. It comprises of tender beef cooked in Guinness, with roasted and mashed potatoes, plus vegetables. It is a hearty meal and good value for money at 265 baht. It certainly set me up for a night out in Bangkok!

The photo was taken with my new Canon 55-250mm Zoom Lens. Following the meal with my friend Alex, we hit the go-go bars in Soi Cowboy. A review of my recent visit to Soi Cowboy will be coming soon.

Chequers Pub is next to Hillary 2 Bar down Soi Nana near Dynasty Inn.


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Chequers Pub Christmas Party On December 22

Saturday, December 22nd, 2012

Celebrate Christmas At Chequers Pub! On Saturday, December 22nd Chequers Pub hosts its Christmas Party. OK, it is a wee bit early, but nobody can change the calendar can they? I wonder if Nick will be playing Father Christmas this year and who will be sitting on his lap?

Where Is Chequers Pub? Chequers is conveniently located between Dynasty Inn and Hillary 2 Bar down on Soi Nana.

Merry Christmas! There’s an extended Happy Hour and FREE bar snacks. Enjoy!


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Chequers Pub For British And Thai Food

Sunday, October 7th, 2012

Date Mate! OK, so you want to eat farang food, but your Thai teerak wants to eat Thai food. Where do you go? Don’t worry, because I will be your ‘date mate’ and advise you! A very good place to enjoy both excellent British pub grub and traditional Thai cuisine is Chequers Pub. If you are not aware, Chequers Pub is conveniently located on Soi Nana between Dynasty Inn and Hillary 2 Bar.

Meal Deal! I decided to order one of the specials from the board. I went for English ‘fatboy’ sausages in a Yorkshire pudding, with onions, gravy, mashed potatoes and veggies. This was very authentic and great bang for baht at 265 baht. My Thai friend ordered hot and sour prawn soup (tom yam gung) with chicken fried rice (kao pat gai). Any expat can tell you how authentic and great the farang food is of course, but what about the Thai food? Several good Thai friends of mine have all said the Thai food is very good, so there you go.

Food Photos! Below is a mini gallery of today’s great meal deal at Chequers Pub. We will return again, as Chequers Pub really takes some beating and gets two thumbs up from Dave The Rave and also Thai girls too.

Click on the images below to enlarge them into a mini gallery…

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Chequers Pub Sports Schedule

Saturday, April 3rd, 2010

CHEQUERS ARE GETTING SPORTY – This week’s Sports Schedule is provided courtesy of Chequers Sports Pub, which is located near Dynasty Inn on Soi Nana, Bangkok. (more…)

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Chequers Pub Sports Schedule

Saturday, March 6th, 2010

Here is this week’s Sports Schedule.  It is kindly provided by Chequers Pub, which is located just down a few yards past Dynasty Inn on Soi Nana in Bangkok.  You can enjoy a wide range of live sports amid a friendly atmosphere.  Furthermore, the traditional British pub grub is among the very finest in Bangkok…  (more…)

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Chequers Pub Sports Schedule

Sunday, January 17th, 2010

As the saying goes, better late than never!  I have posted Chequers Pub Sports Schedule, but it is late for the weekend.  However, this week’s sport is listed right up until next Friday.  Enjoy! (more…)

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Thailand Night Fever

Wednesday, September 24th, 2008


The bald eagle has landed! Dave The Rave has returned from his reality check to Farangland. So, how was the trip? Did I land in London with a resounding bump? The answer is a definite YES! I dislike the whole chaos of mega busy airports like Heathrow. Although it was my annual family visit, I am pleased to be back in Bangkok. As my luck would have it, this summer was the worst on record. (As most of you know, Britain ranks highly, as having the most miserable weather in the whole of the western world). In reality, the winters are getting longer and the summers are shorter. I have to admit that the catastrophic climate is a depressing characteristic of my motherland. The icy winds and driving rain does nothing to inspire the people. During the holiday, some days the weather was quite reasonable in the daytime, but cold, wet and windy from early evening onwards. We are talking about August here, so I dread to think what the winter months will be like in England. Fortunately, I don’t have to suffer the harsh winter in Farangland. This is one of the best things about living in Thailand. We enjoy a 12-month long summer, which is briefly interrupted by the rainy season. Even the so-called Thai winter (akaat yen), is similar to a fine summer in Farangland. Originating from Antarctic conditions, I always appreciate Thailand’s wonderful weather. (more…)

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