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Sunday Roast Review – The Sportsman

Welcome to our roast review series, aimed at serving as a comprehensive resource and guide to the diverse Sunday roast options available across Bangkok. Our approach is impartial; we neither advocate for nor disparage any particular establishment, recognizing that taste is inherently subjective. Instead, our objective is to offer a fundamental assessment of each offering, focusing on essential elements to assist readers in making informed dining decisions.

For those seeking a satisfying meal without straining their wallets, The Sportsman’s Sunday roast dinner is a compelling option. Promoted as “Bangkok’s best value roast dinner,” this centrally located establishment, easily accessible via Nana BTS, delivers on its promise.

Ambiance and Service

The Sportsman boasts a lively atmosphere, perfect for sports enthusiasts and casual diners alike. With a plethora of servers on hand, service is prompt and attentive, ensuring a pleasant dining experience from start to finish. The venue is well-known for its extensive selection of televised sports, featuring 28 TVs and 8 HD projectors. Additionally, patrons can enjoy 9 full-size Brunswick American pool tables, foosball, dartboards, arcade machines, and even karaoke to keep the whole group entertained.

The Roast Experience

Available from 12 noon, The Sportsman’s Sunday roast offers a choice of:

  • Roast beef: 259 baht
  • Roast lamb: 259 baht
  • Roast pork: 199 baht
  • Roast chicken: 199 baht

For this review, I opted for the beef roast, priced at 259 baht. The plate arrived with:

  • 4 slices of beef
  • Carrots and peas
  • Roasted potatoes and mashed potatoes
  • Cauliflower cheese
  • A large Yorkshire pudding
  • Homemade gravy

Essential Information

The Sportsman is open daily from 7 am to 2 am, catering to early birds and night owls alike. Besides the culinary offerings, it is a haven for sports fans, providing a broad array of entertainment options to keep everyone in the group engaged.

Drink Specials

To complement the meal, The Sportsman offers happy hour draught pints, featuring Tiger for 119 baht, Heineken for 129 baht, and Asahi for 129 baht. These affordable drink options enhance the overall value proposition.

Contact Details

  • Phone: 097 023 8132
  • Menu and Reservations: sportsbarbangkok.com
  • Address: 10/22 Soi Sukhumvit 13, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok
  • Nearest Station: Nana, BTS

In summary, The Sportsman’s Sunday roast dinner is a standout for both its value and quality. With a central location, excellent service, and a robust menu, it is an ideal spot for a leisurely Sunday meal that won’t break the bank.

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