Beer Belly is a hip restaurant located in the even cooler area of Thonglor off Sukhumvit Soi 55 in Bangkok. The venue is located inside the extensive Courtyard 72 complex, which houses a multitude of restaurants and even one of our favorite clubs. The most laid-back venue of them all is Beer Belly, a gaming ground and restaurant duo. Check out us dining out at Beer Belly in Bangkok, Thailand.
The décor at Beer Belly sets it apart from any other dining venue in the capital. In addition to a seemingly normal arrangement of tables and chairs, diners will find themselves surrounded by games that will bring them back to their university days. Entertainment at Beer Belly includes beer pong, pool, ping pong, Jenga, chess, Japanese go, battle shots, target throw, chess, and (deep breath) darts. Beer Belly also has Belly Bingo every Saturday from 9-11 p.m., and the winner receives a three-litre tower of beer for their epic bingo-playing skills: way better than the prizes you won at your family picnic.
The menu is broken up into six different sections: snacks, salads, loaded fries, big dishes, single dishes, and, of course, desserts. Diners can expect to find more than a handful of appetizers easy to share amongst friends including pork wonton (฿160), mini wings (฿240), pork belly chips (฿260), and more. Preface a meal with a spicy calamari salad (฿260) or maybe some garlic cheese fries (฿260). Mains include gai yang som tam, which is a whole smoked chicken leg with spicy som tam salad (฿300) or turmeric fish and chips (฿360). Diners can end the meal on a sweet note with Beer Belly’s fried waffle sundae, made of crispy dough and topped with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce (฿220).
Arguably more noteworthy than Beer Belly’s food menu is its drink selection, with 20 rotating beers on tap including some other unique and refreshing drinks. Try a beer cocktail like the ginger island (฿320) or their black belt, made of Chandon Brut and Leffe brown beer (฿320). They also serve up some local Thai favorites including Singha and Phuket beer. If beer is not your style, check out their extensive cider, wine, whiskey, vodka, gin, and tequila menu, with drinks starting at ฿300. There are also a number of non-alcoholic beverages available for those in need of a tame night.
Service does not get more accommodating than that at Beer Belly. Everyone who worked there was accommodating and quick to help Kit and I get the games going. They even recommended some delicious drinks for us as we found ourselves conflicted with so many choices. We enjoyed a game of air hockey while sipping on our beers before chowing down on our meals.
Anyone looking for a unique yet fun dining experience in Bangkok should definitely check out Beer Belly. Whether you are feeling ravenous and craving Thai food with a twist or want to bust out your most epic ping pong skills, this is the place to be. To get to Beer Belly, take the BTS Skytrain to the Thonglor station. From there, take exit one and it will be on the right-hand side of Sukhumvit Soi 55.
Address: 72 Courtyard FL G, 72 Sukhumvit 55 Thonglor Bangkok 10110
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