Premium Irish oysters available at Flann OBriens Irish Pub Thonglor

General Press Releases Thursday January 14, 2016 12:22
Bangkok--14 Jan--IMPACT Exhibition Management

Flann O'Brien's Irish Pub at Thonglor is offering big and fresh oysters of premium quality imported from Ireland at 100 baht per piece and 520 baht for 6 pieces, plus a 10% discount on bottled wine, sparkling wine, champagne, Guinness beer and Kilkenny beer. Come savor the freshness and sweetness of the oyster and enjoy your favorite drink in the genuine

Irish atmosphere at Flann O'Brien's Irish Pub's Thonglor branch, located at Eight Thonglor Building on Sukhumvit 55 and open daily from 9 am to 1 am. For more information, please call
02-392-2897 or visit and

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