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22nd June 2014 - There are a whole bunch of bakeries around town, not a lot to tell most apart. But at the soi Bukhao end of Soi Lengkee, not far from Oasis A Gogo, there's a great little place, The Loaf. Everything about it is good - a whole range of cakes and patisseries, as well as an extensive menu that covers pretty much everything from an English breakfast (ok not especially cheap at 239 baht, but quality), to pasta and pizzas, great sarnies, salads, Thai dishes. They also do daily specials through the low season. No exciting food pics sorry, just a latte and a half-eaten croiss
The best Facebook food and restaurant discussion group in town! Daily updates, reviews and photos from Thailand's eateries and especially around Pattaya. Plenty of people aren't on Facebook of course, which is one of the reasons why started this forum on PA. Most of the reviews from the Facebook group will appear here too. We hope that you enjoy dining in Thailand and hopefully find great new places on the strength of the reviews below. But please do not blame us or the reviewer if a meal doesn't meet your expectations! We all have different tastes and preferences, and just as importantly
I had been warned that Jose's Au Bon Coin would be hard to find, but I still drove past it twice in broad daylight. Hidden amongst the Pratumnak building sites with their inevitable attendant shanty towns populated by Khmer, Burmese and the occasional Isaan labourers, there it was - a faded blue hand-painted sign that wouldn't have been out of place in a mediaeval Provençal village. You walk in through an oasis of tropical greenery until you get to the restaurant, housed in a beautifully restored old Thai building, much of the carpentry done by Jose himself. Opening the door you are greet