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A Quality English Breakfast


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Hi Everybody

 

What I am looking for is a quality English breakfast. For example:

 

Fresh fried eggs - not swimming in oil and/or badly burnt underneath.

Or fresh scrambled eggs - not dried out or runny.

 

Quality sausages - not a roll of seasoned breadcrumbs dipped in animal fat and covered in a plastic skin.

 

Real bacon - not something that tastes like it contains the recommended adult salt intake for 2 weeks.

 

Properly cooked mushrooms - not saggy because they have been soaked in oil.

 

Baked beans that are heated up - not cooked.

 

If you know of any places in Pattaya where I can get a quality English breakfast then please let me know.

 

Thanks

 

Den

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the pig and whistle on soi 7 might meet your standards, a little pricey at about 200 baht i think, but its good! theres a few places around, keep your eyes open when your walking round! i ate in crazy daves on soi chaipoon alot last trip, 75 baht for a breakfast, not the highest quality but definately not complaining at that price!

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Hi Everybody

 

What I am looking for is a quality English breakfast. For example:

 

Fresh fried eggs - not swimming in oil and/or badly burnt underneath.

Or fresh scrambled eggs - not dried out or runny.

 

Quality sausages - not a roll of seasoned breadcrumbs dipped in animal fat and covered in a plastic skin.

 

Real bacon - not something that tastes like it contains the recommended adult salt intake for 2 weeks.

 

Properly cooked mushrooms - not saggy because they have been soaked in oil.

 

Baked beans that are heated up - not cooked.

 

If you know of any places in Pattaya where I can get a quality English breakfast then please let me know.

 

Thanks

 

Den

 

 

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personally avoid butchers arms and crazy daves.

 

go for canterbury tales cafe, next door to crazy daves... 15 baht more but thats only 90baht. proper english bacon sausage beans etc. plus orange juice. friendly host cant go wrong.

 

cant comment on witherspoons

 

pig and whistle nice but pricey

 

also the queen vic on Soi 6 isnt the worst

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Try Robin's Nest on Soi Diana. I had the full english there 3-4 times last trip. Tastes great when I wake-up at 4pm.

 

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Sportsman's Pub on Soi 13. Great brecky for 180 baht, plus a refill tea/coffee.

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Pig n Whistle and Robin's Nest. I have had a good quality breakfast at both on several occasions.

 

I'm still looking for a real American breakfast anywhere in LOS, but the English breakfast at these places is as close as I've found, and they are almost the same anyway. I would recommend either one.

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Shennigans has the best breakfast in Patts IMHO, 160 baht and includes 2 cups of coffee. Pig & Whistle is very good, too.

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Seems like in the vicinity of Soi7 you couldn't throw a rock without hitting a place advertising an "English" breakfast. Ate at a few of them, they seemed okay by me, except for the sausage - they looked and tasted like hot-dogs.

 

Not to start a row about breakfast's, there's not much difference after all... ;-) but I had a hard time finding a decent "American" style breakfast - Eggs, bacon, sausage, fried potato and toast with butter and jelly - somewhat similar to a Denny's.

 

But, I finally found a place that served a decent breakfast at the Welkom Inn on Soi3. Although I've forgotten exactly how much it was, I think was under 200baht.

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The Continental Bakery just off of soi Chayapoon, turn left b4 Canterbury tales, is excellent.

 

The breakfast menu is over 6 pages long and quality is top shelf. Whatever you're looking for you'll find it there. You can also mix and match from the numerous set brekkies they have, and the bread is the best in Patts.

 

I go for fish cake, kippers, scrambled eggs, and hash brown. All the necassary sauces are also avbl.

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personally avoid butchers arms and crazy daves.

 

go for canterbury tales cafe, next door to crazy daves... 15 baht more but thats only 90baht. proper english bacon sausage beans etc. plus orange juice. friendly host cant go wrong.

 

cant comment on witherspoons

 

pig and whistle nice but pricey

 

also the queen vic on soi 6 isnt the worst

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I go to the Ritz down Soi Yamato (13/1) just next to second rd. Full English for 170 bt with mug of coffee/T. Spotlessly clean inside with English theme/newspapers to pick up as well. Truly damn good value.

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I ate at both pig and canterbury in november. i like both breakfasts. neither were perfect (for me). the only diff i remember is price and the sausages (pig has proper fancy ones. i'm happy with down market ones. as long as thyere not frankfurter ones.) canterbury was best value. i think i immediately ordered another one. one thing i never understand is orange juice with breakfast, this is a continental thing not english. only english boarding houses did it in the 70's. orange juice doubles your stomach acid. so does coffee. having both makes no sense. i liked canterbury's vibe but not pig's. wouldn't go there again.

 

[edit: oh and one had gammon-ish bacon. i prefer proper bacon even cheap cut]

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I ate at both pig and canterbury in november. i like both breakfasts. neither were perfect (for me). the only diff i remember is price and the sausages (pig has proper fancy ones. i'm happy with down market ones. as long as thyere not frankfurter ones.) canterbury was best value. i think i immediately ordered another one. one thing i never understand is orange juice with breakfast, this is a continental thing not english. only english boarding houses did it in the 70's. orange juice doubles your stomach acid. so does coffee. having both makes no sense. i liked canterbury's vibe but not pig's. wouldn't go there again.

 

[edit: oh and one had gammon-ish bacon. i prefer proper bacon even cheap cut]

I had a breakfast once in Canterbury Tales and asked for no ice in the OJ. They charged me an extra 10 baht! When I questioned the additional charge the waitress told me that it was for the extra orange juice that the ice would have displaced! This 10 baht surcharge correspondingly replaced their tip.

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O'Gara's Up on Pratamnuck Hill does a good breakfast for 95Baht. Includes unlimited coffee refills.

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Sweetheart bar at soi berhaow owned by London guy, Robbie, made good breakfast , Good laugh from Robbie too.. And Chow Soy Restaurants across the road from canterbury cafe at Soi Chaipoon, If near the beach, try Lewinsky hotel at soi 18 or 19, for A nice bacon and egg sandwiche

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Pig n Whistle and Robin's Nest. I have had a good quality breakfast at both on several occasions.

 

I'm still looking for a real American breakfast anywhere in LOS, but the English breakfast at these places is as close as I've found, and they are almost the same anyway. I would recommend either one.

 

i thought for an american breakfast you just got an english one and covered it in sugar and cinnamon.. :Jump_Drool:

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Loads of good brekkies in Pattaya area - loads of shite ones too.

 

Ace cafe Jomtien is my favourite in the immediate area.

 

One small cafe in Bang Saray actually does possibly the best English I have evern had anywhere - not worth a 20km trip probably though but at least it helps answer your question.

 

Secret for me is in the sausage and bacon - too many places skrimp on these but find a good one and they can be just like home - why not? You dont need to be Marco Pierrwotzisname to do a fry up.

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I had a breakfast once in Canterbury Tales and asked for no ice in the OJ. They charged me an extra 10 baht! When I questioned the additional charge the waitress told me that it was for the extra orange juice that the ice would have displaced! This 10 baht surcharge correspondingly replaced their tip.

 

I have to question this one, I cant imagine any of my staff speaking good enough English to be able to tell you that maybe you were charged 10 baht for an extra slice of toast or something because they would absolutely not charge 10 baht for no ice, there may have also been a mistake but that displaced ice would not happen.

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I had a breakfast once in Canterbury Tales and asked for no ice in the OJ. They charged me an extra 10 baht! When I questioned the additional charge the waitress told me that it was for the extra orange juice that the ice would have displaced! This 10 baht surcharge correspondingly replaced their tip.

Hi Dave,

 

Can I have a discount on my room during my months stay.

 

I'm a pretty big guy & therefore will displace some of the room, making it smaller.

 

What's the rental value per M^2 in Soi Chayapoon these days? :22600584-Th:

 

I cant imagine any of my staff speaking good enough English...

Maybe one day Dave, maybe one day.

 

Only messing matey. See you soon for one of your 'hearty' breakfasts. :question1:

 

A Canterbury's breakfast a day, keeps the doctor in pay. :MonkeyFight:

 

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...............One small cafe in Bang Saray actually does possibly the best English I have evern had anywhere - not worth a 20km trip probably though but at least it helps answer your question.

 

For those who might want to try, could you say where it is - My Pitstop, Tiger Expats or where?

 

When I first read the OP's Q I assumed he was about to open a new restaurant, because I have rarely found a breakfst to meet his spec' in Pattaya, even at the good ones mentioned above.

The budget suggestions won't meet his criteria, albeit they may be good value for money.

Pig & Whistle and Rosie O'Grady's are OK.

Consistency is always a big problem.

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