Party at Tawangdang German brewery in Bangkok

Party at Tawangdang German brewery in Bangkok
June 2011 some friends of us invited us for a party & dinner at Tawang Dang at Ramintra in Bangkok. It is a kind of German beer garden idea with their own beer brewery at the entrance. I always like evening out like this and it is a nice way to enjoy a real Thai evening out with friends.

There are 2 Tawangdang's in Bangkok. The first at Rama 3 and the second at Ramintra. Both are huge in size with about 2000 seats each and they are always busy. Of course there is not only beer but also food. They serve good Thai food for reasonable prices and they even serve some German food in the form of sauces and German "Pork Knuckle" with mashed potato and sauerkraut. They serve 3 different kinds of home brewed beer "Lager beer", "Dunkel beer" and 'Weiz beer".

And while you are enjoying your food you are entertained with art performance as live classical Thai music or pop-singers, but also just funny acts. While the evening starts slow between 19:00 and 20:00 at the end of the evening many people are dancing next to their table and also the staff is making dancing shows. Yes it was a fun night out!

We had dinner with 7 people, did drink beer and whiskey and all had good food and that for price of 4900thb. That is not bad for an evening out with entertainment, food and drinks for 7 people. The 2 Tawangdang's are each a bit different, I would say at Ramintra it is more family style (kids are allowed) and at Rama 3 it is more for a younger crowd. We loved it and we have been back many time and will return soon again. Web-site : Tawandang Facebook : FB Tawandang

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