This restaurant in the Jomptien complex could be easily missed as it has a narrow frontage between other establishments which offer more carnal delights.
One of the very efficient and friendly waiting staff told us it is owned by an Englishman. I don't know if this is true but the menu is chockablock with traditional English dishes. We visited twice as we enjoyed it so much the first time.
The portions are huge and most people I suspect would be hard pressed to manage three courses. We tried the steak and kidney pie, and also the steak, kidney and mushroom pie, both of which were excellent (with suet, not shortcrust pastry) - large chunks of meat and kidneys in very tasty pie sauce, and a selection of fresh vegetables. You can have liver and bacon or liver and onions. I had the latter. Very large portions of of liver, beautifully cooked and with a good strong flavour. Lamb cutlets were excellent . The apple and rhubarb crumble with a choice of cream or ice cream ( no custard unfortunately ) was well liked.
We've had less satisfactory traditional English grub in most English establishments where we've had this sort of food, and would love something like this in Central London. We wish we had found the Cafe Ritz sooner so we could have tried more of their dishes.
The carafe wine was ok for the price.
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