Sid's Pub TAMAN TUN DR ISMAIL
The first Sid's Pub was in TTDI, open for business in September 2007. Fred was our first customer the day our doors first opened, and he has remained the first customer of each subsequent day. This pub has grown from strength to strength and has become popular for its pub grub, honest prices and a friendly, open-minded crowd. It has also become popular with some canine friends who, after an afternoon at the Grooming Parlour a few doors away, come down to us for their after-spa drink, al fresco.
Sid's Pub BANGSAR SOUTH
Sid's Pub Bangsar South opened its doors in May 2009 to a large number of thirsty residents. More spacious than the first Sid's in TTDI, this pub is a popular venue for larger events. It has also become a base for many, including the 'Swingers' who take over a section of the pub each week for a spot of toe-tapping, body swinging fandango. As for those committed to the art of shooting the breeze in the company of spirited friends and palliative beverages, you may like to know that next to Sid's Pub Bangsar South is a cosy little florist's that's become very good at providing conciliatory "Forgive-Me-I'm-Late" bouquets for a small, but worthwhile, fee.
Sid's Pub BUKIT TUNKU
If Sid's TTDI is the first outlet and Sid's Bangsar South the most spacious, then Sid's Bukit Tunku is the cosiest. It is the third in the Sid's Pubs family, having opened in November 2009. Nestled at the bottom of Bukit Tunku, it has a more intimate tone and bearing about it than any of the others. With its open frontage and covered outdoor leaning and seating area, it is airy while remaining snug and homely. It is a good spot to wind down with the other half or hang out with friends.
Sid's Pub DAMANSARA HEIGHTS
Plaza Damansara is our fourth outlet, set in the leafy surburb of Damansara, only 20 minutes from KL. It's a convivial, friendly and amazing little hangout and sacred ground for the rugby faithful from the nearby Royal Selangor Club. The same menu, the same efficient and warm service and the same atmosphere you would expect at a Sid's Pub. There's always something going on here and there's always a nice lively mix of characters around the bar, putting the world to rights or doing a postmortem on last night's game. The pub stays open as long as it needs to, depending on what's on the telly and how severe the rain is etc. You should pay a visit if you're in the area, it's a pub well worth dropping in to and, as Best British Overseas Pub 2012-13 (The Telegraph http://www.telegraph.co.uk), you might want to say you've been to the best in Kuala Lumpur, if not the world. We look forward to seeing you soon.