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Tawandang Microbrewery (Dempsey)

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Address: 26 Dempsey Road

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Tawandang Microbrewery, established in 1999 in Bangkok and has ranked world's number 1 Thai and German Restaurant in the World by Time Magazine in 2003.

Every night, thousands of both locals and international customers fill up over 4000 seats at 2 separate branches in Bangkok to celebrate good times by eating delicious food, drinking smooth beer, and enjoying lively shows.
 
Tawandang Microbrewery offers authentic Thai cuisine such as Tom Yum Prawn, Pad Thai, Steamed Sea bass with Chili and Lime Juice together with finest quality German Brewed Beer, Lager, Dunkel and Weizen. We are the very first microbrewery in the world that offers Asian food, which many have called us, Asian Microbrewery.

Tawandang success can be attributed to our philosophy;

1. Best Beer
2. Best Cuisine
3. Best Entertainment
4. Best Ambience

Weekday: 11.30 am - 1.00 am, Weekend: 12.00 pm - 3.00 pm, 4.00 pm - 1.00 am

+65 64766742
$45 based on 99 submissions
Live Band (27 votes), Dinner (25 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (21 votes)
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Must come if you're willing to spend!!

Located on top of Dempsey Hill, Parking is good! Food is simply delicious personally I like their Thai salad the most followed by the German beer, it has a light taste and plentiful! You can get to enjoy performance indoor their staffs are very friendly and would even invite you on-stage to dance and sing with them. Its a MUST go if you're willing to spend just slightly above your average bill :)

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  • Fried sea bass2 votes
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• 29 May 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Must come if you're willing to spend!!

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Located on top of Dempsey Hill, Parking is good! Food is simply delicious personally I like their Thai salad the most followed by the German beer, it has a light taste and plentiful! You can get to enjoy performance indoor their staffs are very friendly and would even invite you on-stage to dance and sing with them. Its a MUST go if you're willing to spend just slightly above your average bill :)
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• 26 Jun 2013 • 38 reviews • 0 follower

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This place is brilliant!!! Whatever we ordered were delicious!!! Band performed brilliant oldies that I love to listen to and accepts song requests. But, if you do not want to be chosen to dance gangnam style and gentleman, and you are in front, you better go to the toilet!
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• 26 Dec 2012 • 4 reviews • 7 followers

Great food with exceptional values

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I bought a $100 voucher from one of the coupon company and I must say this is the best voucher I have every bought. Really value for money!
 
Food is serve hot,  steamy yummy and generous in portion and the staffs are responsive. And not to mention the Thai Theather and really impressed by their way of celebrating Birthday for their guest in a Thai style. It's simply "Thai" Jing Chai ( best Thai hospitality).

Will surely go back again!
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