Over 100 beers are available at Bonny’s and downstairs in Bonny’s Cave, and your beer selection may be complimented by classic pizza standbys and creative topping combinations – all at reasonable prices.
There’s a reason there’s a line in front of Bonny’s Pub during all peak hours. Get there early friends.
Do you prefer thin or thick crust? Would you like a classic pizza at a great price? Or would you like to go for something a little more creative that still comes in at a price cheaper than Domino’s? How about the Kimchi Cult Pizza, topped with pork, onions, mozzarella and of course, kimchi. Don’t knock it ’till you’ve tried it – it’s pretty good! Or there’s the Conquistador which uses locally produced chorizo from Braai Republic along with capers, mushrooms & onions then dusted with ground chilli. Wow.
Did we mention they also sell pepperoni by the slice?
Bonny’s Imported & Craft Beer
Tsingtao beer for W5,000. Pretty good price, huh? What if we told you it was a 640 ml bottle? While that’s the least expensive beer you’ll find at Bonny’s, you’ll find great prices on tons of other beers from all over the world. The selection is vast, and they’re constantly upgrading and changing the list, so even the most discerning beer connoisseur will always find something to make them happy.
This is a family owned and operated establishment, and the son-in-law happens to be a New Zealander. (Bonny’s in the kitchen.) Count on a massive crowd of Kiwis being on hand for any head-bashing Rugby tournaments, and anytime there’s a televised sporting match against the Aussies.
Usually that’ll all be happening in the basement “Bonny’s Cave” while business as usual goes on upstairs, but there are plenty of TVs upstairs too so you can count on all big sporting events for Korea and other high-demand games to be on every time. Call to make your request or to rent “The Cave” for your next big event.