If the name isn’t already a flashing neon hint at what this bar is about, the sporty decor will spell it out for you. Outdoor garden benches are arranged on a square of faux lawn grass in front of the bar, with a short stretch of running tracks separating the seating area from a space consisting of a pool table, football game machine and electronic darts machines. Expect roars and loud cheers to erupt at irregular intervals on nights that show live telecasts of sports games.
Catch a round of football, rugby, tennis, cricket or even swimming with raucous sports fans from the Hartamas neighbourhood. The casual everybody-knows-your-name atmosphere here has its merits: Customers can request for TV channels depending on seasonal sporting events. While cheering on your favourite team, feast on the Ultimate ‘Bulldog’ Burger, a mammoth assembly of beef, cheddar, mushrooms and onions served with a side of fat chips.
Since this wildly popular British pub opened its maiden outlet in TTDI in 2007, Sid’s Pub has become the go-to destination in town for patrons craving live sports screenings with a pint on the side. Whether it’s Formula One, the English Premier League, Super Rugby, tennis or golf, the friendly staffers at Sid’s have got your sporting (and drinking) needs covered.
Despite being in its 18th year, KL’s grande dame of sports bars is still going strong and remains a popular choice with Sri Hartamas residents and ardent football fans alike. Suitably packed and raucous during live football telecasts, SOULed OUT is known for its diverse fusion food menu and a neat selection of drinks like the classic mojito and lychee martini.
Possibly one of the first dining venues to feature a bowling alley, Black Bull encourages mingling amongst the patrons, whether it’s over a game of sports at the spacious section also equipped with darts machines and pool tables, or over drinks at the bar. For those who want to watch a match, the TV screens are tuned to various sports channels.