Home-sick Brits flock to traditional style boozer for £4 Sunday roasts in Bali

Home-sick Brits find solace in Bali’s Plumbers Arms, offering £4 Sunday Roasts. Traditional pub vibes in a tropical paradise.
Home-sick Brits find solace in Bali's Plumbers Arms, offering £4 Sunday Roasts. Traditional pub vibes in a tropical paradise.
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Home-sick Brits are flocking to a traditional-style boozer for £4 Sunday Roasts in Bali.

The Plumbers Arms in Bali, Indonesia, was set up by expats with the help of locals.

Located in a tropical paradise, the cosy pub looks completely out of place.

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But, it has been hailed by Brits abroad for serving authentic Sunday roasts.

It began offering out roast dinners to give travelling Brits the thing they craze most when away from home.

The extensive menu includes all manner of items – with the Sunday roast being the most popular among English travellers and expats.

Punters visiting the pub on the last day of the week can pick from any of the following meats including chicken, pork, beef and lamb.

Home-sick Brits find solace in Bali's Plumbers Arms, offering £4 Sunday Roasts. Traditional pub vibes in a tropical paradise.
The Plumbers Arms Beer Garden. (Picture: Jam Press)

A veggie option is also available for customers.

The plates come with all the trimmings including veg, roast potatoes and even Yorkshire puddings.

They also come with a lashings of gravy.

The prices of the roasts range from £4 to £8 and come with a whole host of delicious sides to pick from.

The beer prices also help make the roasts go down better, with a pint of the local Bintang beer costing just £3.

The roasts are part of the English gastro menu which also includes doorstep sandwiches and the iconic bangers and mash.

A spokesperson for The Plumbers Arms told Need To Know “Sunday is roast day wherever you are in the world.

Home-sick Brits find solace in Bali's Plumbers Arms, offering £4 Sunday Roasts. Traditional pub vibes in a tropical paradise.
The Plumbers Arms staff serving Sunday Roast. (Picture: Jam Press)

“A cosy English-style pub for the many people that crave a bit of England with a great atmosphere.

“We have a great following, not just the British but they do outnumber at times!

“With Bali being a very eclectic mix of nationalities we are lucky to host a great number of people from all corners of the globe.

“The Plumbers Arms is all about friends, food, comfort.

”It’s a home away from home.”

Pub-goers speak glowingly about the Sunday roasts.

Silvia Huang stated: “We went there for Sunday Roast.

“We had beef and chicken, both were really great and they didn’t disappoint.

“You can also ask for a replacement for the sides you don’t want.

“Good value for money because it was a big portion.

Home-sick Brits find solace in Bali's Plumbers Arms, offering £4 Sunday Roasts. Traditional pub vibes in a tropical paradise.
The Plumbers Arms Sunday Roast. (Picture: Jam Press)

“Definitely going back there for Sunday Roast.”

Georgina Edwards added: “Sunday roast dinner was ten out of ten.

“So many sides and accompaniments, the beef itself was cooked perfectly.”

Lady Phoenix said: “Plumbers Arms is my local pub.

“Both staff and clientele here are great.

Home-sick Brits find solace in Bali's Plumbers Arms, offering £4 Sunday Roasts. Traditional pub vibes in a tropical paradise.
Review for the Plumbers Arms. (Picture: Jam Press)

“Diners and drinkers mind their own business and I can sit alone for hours without being harassed by anyone.

“Do go for their Sunday roast.

“Wide selection of meat, with a vegetarian option too, a great way to finish the weekend.”

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