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(April 23rd)

Irish Rovers (first visit). The 'Light Breakfast' is 79 baht, but it costs 40 bht more for a mug of tea, 80 baht more for a fruit juice, total 199 baht. I really wasn't too hungry, so it's a bit annoying that a light eater gets clobbered by paying twice the price of the Bahtbuster Breakfast which is 99 baht, pretty much twice the quantity and includes tea and orange juice.

 

Ok your average Cheap Charlie might order the Bahtbuster then only eat half of it. But I was brought up on waste not want not principles, and I eat what's on my plate or die trying.

 

Yes I know all restaurants must make a profit on some menu items, but this still seems pretty daft to me. 


Can't fault the quality - all good ingredients. 

 

 

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