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Evil Penevil

Christmas Dinner 2018

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english breakfast for me and a curry for evening meal .

might even go spag bol at 2 in the morning if im up late .

merry xmas .

then again im still considering a nice big beef joint with creamy mash , roast potatoes , cauliflower , cheese sauce , garden peas and gravy cooked at the rockhouse .

might add my world famous asparagus soup as a starter and perhaps xmas cake and custard for afters 

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3 minutes ago, dcfc2007 said:

How the fcuk can you not eat turkey for Christmas dinner?

well firstly i dont like turkey , itsdry as a lesbians cunt watching gay mens porn .

secondly even if i did like it i wouldnt pay the 6000 b for a medium turkey they are asking here .

to me it should be about 130 b a kilo for the meat , not inclusive of bones .

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9 minutes ago, mulphy said:

well firstly i dont like turkey , itsdry as a lesbians cunt watching gay mens porn .

secondly even if i did like it i wouldnt pay the 6000 b for a medium turkey they are asking here .

to me it should be about 130 b a kilo for the meat , not inclusive of bones .

 

7 minutes ago, matthewh said:

will be a good ruby.cant stick turkey either

You two need locking up.

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1 minute ago, dcfc2007 said:

 

You two need locking up.

I would rather have a nice beef vindaloo,than a dry tasteless old turkey.boom!!.as its Christmas I may make some chicken samosas and onion bhajis.

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37 minutes ago, matthewh said:

I would rather have a nice beef vindaloo,than a dry tasteless old turkey.boom!!.as its Christmas I may make some chicken samosas and onion bhajis.

Beef vindaloo on Christmas. Fair enough. Couldn't go without turkey. To each their own.

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17 hours ago, matthewh said:

I would rather have a nice beef vindaloo,than a dry tasteless old turkey.boom!!.as its Christmas I may make some chicken samosas and onion bhajis.

Do you make samosas ?

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2 hours ago, Evil Penevil said:

The Hilton Resort Pattaya at Central Festival has a slew of options for the holidays.

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The Hilton has a 12-page brochure (!) with all the details, in case you want more information.

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That will keep the vest brigade away ... now where is my Red Bull vest , pair of crocs and Pattaya shorts 🤣🤣

Good to go

Vinnie vest up 

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This is the cheapest fixed-plate option I've seen so far:

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Tequila Sunrise is on the corner of Jomtien Beach Road and Soi Chaiyaphruek, so it's a bit of a haul from central Pattaya.  Book early if you're interested; it's not a big place and I'm sure it will be sold out.

 

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For those want a (sort-of) Christmas dinner but don't want to spend much, the Chunky Monkey on Soi Buakhao; the Seaside at the corner of Soi Chaiyapoon and 3rd Road; and the  Golden  Ferret at New Plaza might be options.

The first two are offering Xmas meals that don't include turkey or Christmas pudding. The Golden Ferret is offering  turkey and Christmas pudding. I've seen the pics of their menus on another board, but I don't want to rip off pics without permisson. Neither the Chunky Monkey nor the Seaside have Web sites or social media pages.

Here's  the text of the  Chunky Monkey sign:

"Monkey Gone Mad Christmas Dinner 

NO TURKEY

Cream Of Tomato Soup,
 Prawn Cocktail  Bread Roll 

Ham, Pork, Beef Or Chicken With Mash & Roast Potatoes, Carrots, Peas, Cauflower, Pig  in Blanket & Gravy 

Trifle 
Fresh Fruit and Ice-cream"

The main  course costs 199 baht, two courses cost 249 baht and three cost 299 baht.

The Seaside is offering four roast dinners (lamb, beef, pork, chicken). All include the choice of aspargus soup or prawn cocktail as a starter and one soft drink.  The lamb dinner is 370  baht; roast beef 290 baht; pork and chicken both 250  baht.  The sign doesn't  give a dessert option.

The  sign at the Golden Ferret reads:

"Christmas Day Dinner
Served 1.00 p.m. to  8.00 p.m.

Homemade  Minestroni Soup  
or 
Prawn Cocktail
100 baht

Roast Turkey, Cranberry  Sauce, Sage & Onion Stuffing
Chipolata, Brussel Sprouts, Buttered Carrots
Roast & Creamed Potatoes
495 baht

Christmas Pudding  with Brandy Sauce
or
Fresh Fruit Salad & Cream
150 baht

Mince pie
50 baht

Coffee & Mints
50 baht"

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A few more.  The Lion Pub on Soi Regional Land and El Greco (Greek and Mediterranean) Restaurant:

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El Greco also has this special offer: 

Offer with any order in Restaurant 
1. Free entree of Tzatziki, Olives and Homemade Pita Bread whilst waiting for your meal. 
2. Free Coffee or Desserts after meal. 

And two on Soi Diana  near LK Metro.  The Robin's Nest has a three- course, all-you-can-eat buffet and Harry's is going with a traditional Swedish  Christmas Eve buffet.  The Robin's Nest doesn't accept reservations for Christmas dinner, while reservations are mandatory at Harry's.

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Here's a translation of Harry's Christmas Eve menu:

Welcome to celebrate Christmas with us at Harry's Restaurant on December 24th in Pattaya!

Traditional Swedish Christmas Table with Meatballs, Pickled Beet Salad, Herring (several types), Pickled Salmon, Smoked Salmon, Red Cabbage, Priinskorv (sausage), Ham, Jansson's Temptation (potato and anchovy casserole), Spare Ribs, Deviled Eggs,  Liver pâté, Rice a la Malta, Fruit Salad, Mulled Wine, Gingerbread, Scandinavian Shots & much more!

995 baht
Only bookings with 500 baht in deposit.
First seating:  5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Second searing:  7.30 p.m. untill late

 

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Text from a pic on another board:

Simple Simon's Christmas Dinner

Served at 1.00 pm and 4.00 pm 

Free glass of red/white house wine 
Creamy chicken & mushroom soup or prawn cocktail 

Slow roasted turkey, succulent roast pork loin, chipolata sausages wrapped in bacon, creamy mash potato, roast potato, sprouts, baby  carrots,  cauliflower,  broccoli, Yorkshire pudding, sage & onion stuffing, Cranberry sauce & onion gravy

Christmas pudding or mince pie with custard 

850 Bt Inclusive + Thai Menu Also Available 
 

Simple Simon's is located on Soi 5 (aka Soi Immigration) off Jomtien Beach Road.

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1 hour ago, NewAmsterdam said:

@Parky is Jimmy Macs still open?

Yes went past it the other day 😎  has Xmas dinner 🥘 there 8 and 12 years ago .. they used to put chairs and tables in street , was a laugh 😂  not sure they are doing them this year .. 

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3 hours ago, Parky said:

 not sure they are doing them this year .. 

I don't know, either, but I doubt it.   The Queen Vic is, though ...

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Infiniti at the InterContinental (former Sheraton) has some of the best sunset views in all of Pattaya.  From the Web site:

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Infiniti isn't offering a Christmas menu,  but you can check out its "Romantic Dinner Menus." An example:

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Elements at the InterContinental does have Christmas Eve and Christmas Day buffets.

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Impressive!  That's a REAL buffet menu.  It's not cheap, but considering some pubs are charging over 1,000 baht for limited carvery buffets, it's good value for money.

A few more options where you won't be seeing any wife beaters.

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For those of you who don't like traditional Christmas food but want a festive meal on Dec. 24th or 25th,  Fat Belly Pattaya in Naklua could be an option.  Fat Belly is noted for its casual atmosphere and creative food. The photos are from Fat Belly's Facebook page where you can find more info on the holiday menu.

 

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If anyone puts weight on over Xmas , please send your gym receipts to Evil 🤣🤣

Kidding aside great stuff...

As a thought , I wonder why a Thai or Italian place does not offer a Thai style ‘Xmas dinner ‘ I would think a few tourists would like that , an array of typical Thai food ... ?

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On 12/14/2018 at 8:26 AM, Parky said:

As a thought , I wonder why a Thai or Italian place does not offer a Thai style ‘Xmas dinner ‘ I would think a few tourists would like that , an array of typical Thai food ... ?

I believe a few do that, such as Big Fish at Siam@Siam, also one of the restaurants at the Avani.  And a few more suggestions:

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Cabbages % Condoms in Jomtien could be an option for those who aren't interested in traditional western Christmas fare.

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After an atrocious Christmas dinner in 2016, Hooters is this year sticking to what it does best:  booze, calendars and attractive waitresses.

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