Head Chef Authaiwan Kaibootr, known by everyone as Bee, has used her cookery school training to create a wide choice of delicious dishes to suit O’Malley’s clientele, including all-time Irish favorities, international classics and a tempting array of Thai food. Genuine Irish ingredients and top quality local artisan products feature extensively in many of the dishes.
Appetizers just don’t better than O’Malley’s Irish Oak Smoked Salmon, and don’t miss great mains like the Irish Beer Burger made with Guinness, Homemade Irish stew or traditional favorites like Bangers and Mash, and Fish and Chips. For a real man size dish, try the Full Irish breakfast.
O’Malley’s also serves pasta and pizzas, plus a great selection of Thai specialties.
The Early Bird Breakfast includes two sausages, egg, baked beans, hash brown, tomatoes and rashers of bacon for only 199 baht.
There is also a choice of six Set Lunches, including Fish & Chips, Grilled Beef, Chicken Wrap & Chips or Soup & Sandwich for just 199 baht.
Bee has also upgraded the pub’s drinks list, so that it now includes some really exotic cocktails, together with all kinds of local and imported beers and wines.
Happy hours run from 4-8pm Monday to Friday, and 12-8pm on Saturday and Sunday, with prices starting at only 100 baht for a pint of Tiger and a shade more for other popular brands. Premium beers like Guinness, Kilkenny and imported ciders cost just 199 baht. Bottled beers are priced from 105 baht and house wine at 135 baht a glass.
A bottle of O’Malley’s ‘Wine of the Month’ is 995 baht.
If you’re a regular, don’t miss out on O’Malley’s Loyalty Card. There’s a 10% discount on every item (except ‘pub ‘specials’) for frequent visitors