Displayed prices are for multiple nights. Check the site for price per night. I see hostels starting at 200b/day and hotels from 500b/day on agoda.
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Gobble until you Wobble Thanksgiving All You Can Eat Buffet Pattaya 2014 Tequila Reef Pattaya located on Soi 7 just 60 meters off Beach Road is proud to announce our 15th annual traditional All American Thanksgiving Day buffet on November 27, 2014 starting at 2:00 PM. This truly is one of the best excuses to pig out during the year and gobble until you wobble out the door. You can gorge yourself on the following traditional American Turkey Buffet Items: Turkey Ham Blackened Chicken (House Specialty) Traditional Stuffing or Dressing Mashed Potatoes Homemade Turkey Gravy Green Bean Casserole
There's a new ebook on Pattaya that's just been published that may be of interest. The Ultimate Guide to Pattaya is filled with more than 80,000 words and 20 chapters on everything from the best gogos to the top restaurants in town. Written by a UK journalist-turned-expat, it's ideal for newbies or for those who've been here a while and want to find some new spots. All for the price of a pint.
EDIT IN (Oct. 30, 2013): The Rockhouse has lost its cook and has suspended its food service until a replacement can be found. The Rockhouse, a popular watering hole on LK Metro, began with food service in July. It offers wide range of well-prepared "pub grub," plus a selection of Thai dishes. You can get everything from a giant Hungry Horace breakfast through burgers, curries, steak, meat pies, toasties, chili con carne and more. Prices are reasonable.[/size] [/size] I've eaten there quite a bit in the past few month, usually before an evening in the LK Metro go go bars. All
I ate at the Lone Star Texas Grill on Soi Lengkee (LK Metro area) last night. Here's the meal I had: The corn chips and dip were complementary and came with the beer. The chips were homemade and very good. It would have been better with a little salsa instead of the dip, but that's no biggy considering it was complementary. I ordered the Sunday special, which was filet steak for 199 baht. I ordered a medium potato salad (60 baht) and corn on the cob (40 baht) as sides. I don't remember exactly how much the San Miguel Light was, but I think 70 or 80 baht. I ordered th