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Bangsaphan Guest House

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 21:26
by The Family
Bangsaphan Guest House is now 'OPEN'. The restuarant offers a range of traditional English food & drink. ie. Steak & Ale pies, Corned Beef Hash, & of course that nice TeaPot of PG's tips, for those that love a cup of cha! The restuarant is open between 10am & 9pm to non residents, 6 days a week, The guest house is Closed on Mondays. BS Guest House will also be serving Traditional Sunday Roast on Sunday evening's at 5pm (pre booking's only), book your dinner by 2pm the day before. Call 0840 900 568

BS Guest House also holds a full sized pool table & 2 x televisions with UBC. Football is shown when applicable.

Car & Bike Rental

Posted: 10 Jan 2009 17:57
by The Family
Bangsaphan Guest House also provides Hire Cars & Bikes. All vehicles are fully insured for Rental.

Posted: 12 Jan 2009 13:47
by cliveyten
Had agreat Sunday Roast dinner yesterday. Keep up the good work. The ploughman in great as well with real Branstan pickle and pickled onions.

Posted: 14 Jan 2009 09:51
by migrant
cliveyten wrote:Had agreat Sunday Roast dinner yesterday. Keep up the good work. The ploughman in great as well with real Branstan pickle and pickled onions.
Don't want to stray off topic, but always wondered what a true ploughman meal (lunch) is? My side of the pond sounds dull without it!!

Ploughman's Lunch

Posted: 15 Jan 2009 13:28
by The Family
Don't want to stray off topic, but always wondered what a true ploughman meal (lunch) is? My side of the pond sounds dull without it!!

As far as I am aware, 'The Ploughman's Lunch' originated in Somerset. The farmers would be in the field ploughing and the wives would bring them lunch...Cider, Bread, Cheese & Onion.

Our Ploughman's consists of;

Salad & Sping Onions
A lump of Chedder Cheese
Branston Pickle
Large Pickled Onion
Hot Crusty Baguette & Butter.

In England you would get Celery as well, but we have trouble keeping this fresh and or course the availability is not consistant.

Posted: 18 Jan 2009 13:39
by cliveyten
I believe the ploughman originally came from the Somerset area> The farmers used to get Cheddar Cheese, Crusty bread with various pickles and salad. The added bonus was a jar of Scrumpy cider. Shame you cannot get it over here. Cider is available but very expensive.

Posted: 19 Jan 2009 11:22
by migrant
Interesting! Sounds good!

Thanks for the info!!

Posted: 19 Jan 2009 21:12
by cliveyten
Yesterday's Roast Beef and Yorkshire pudding was a real treat. Nice to see a good number of locals and holidaymakers enjoying it. Can'twait until next week

Roast Lamb

Posted: 20 Jan 2009 16:21
by The Family
Thank you for your comments cliveten.
Roast Lamb and Mint sauce is on the menu this Sunday @ 275Bht, Sorry guys have to charge a little more as Lamb is very expensive in Thailand.
Again bookings only, please call 0840 900 568 no later than Saturday lunchtime for a seat at 6pm.

Posted: 30 Jan 2009 16:43
by The Family
Due to lack of custom last week, BS Guest House served Roast Chicken, but still as good as always.

BS Guest House will be putting on Roast Lamb this week. Please give minimum 12 hrs notice :)

No Disco

Posted: 30 Jan 2009 16:53
by The Family
There is no Disco this week! Disco again next week.

If you are looking for somewhere to go this Saturday. It's the 'Cocktail Bar' end of month do. Free BBQ!