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    Best Breakfast ever!

    What and Where was your best breakfast ever in LOS? (Not including the "Y").
    Mine was at the "Pig N' Whistle" in PTY.

    The Dude.

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    The Irish Clock in Udon is where I had this morning breakfast. Usual bacon eggs, baked beans, (but not those crap Ayam ones) 2 X excellent bangers and the best bacon I have had here, Sadly no Hash browns but at 150 baht incl toast & 2 big cups of excellent coffee, hard to beat value wise.
    I would have to regurgitate it to take a photo tho'. Maybe not a good idea.

    Although now thinking about it, there is a lady in Suk Soi 22 who does a fantastic English breakfast. Size wise never mnaged to finish it, although sadly she has changed to those awful Baked beans now.
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    Coffee Kru in Ayutthaya does a damn fine brekkie for 160B. Excellent sausages and bacon.

    Which place on Soi 22? I might have to try that one especially as she now uses the best baked beans in the world.

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    Its a open front shop house just past where soi 20 comes into soi 22, Ie just a few metres past Coffee max on the same side. The quality (apart from those awful beans) is good and she does pretty good Thai food as well.
    I think she must have been hooked up with a farang at some time because she has good idea of western food, I mean she uses proper man sized sausages, not those wimpy little Thai dick sized ones.

    She does good coffee too, unlike near by Coffee max doesn't charge Starfvcks prices for it.

    Strangly enough Coffee Max, owned and run by a Dutch guy does Thai style breakfasts.

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    apart from my nan's at home
    it was in udon too, cant remember the name of the place but just round the corner from the cinema
    150 baht

    old dutch is good, not been for a while

    bull's head is good but 100 baht more

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    2 eggs any style, sausage, bacon, hash browns, toast with butter jam and marmalade, a glass of orange juice and 2 cups of coffee or tea, all of this for just 90 baht at the Rose Guest house on ratchadamanka rd. here in chiang mai in the inner city. Other than that, and better by far was home made breakfast at my dad's place.

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    Best I ever had was up in Kan. Jacks Diner small place run by some aussie who drank too much. Had a great breakfast though, 2 eggs, cooked any way you want with butter, not fat, bacon, decent bread, coffee and hash browns, a speciality of the house. about 90 baht. Bangkok Post as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    Coffee Kru in Ayutthaya does a damn fine brekkie for 160B. Excellent sausages and bacon.

    Which place on Soi 22? I might have to try that one especially as she now uses the best baked beans in the world.
    ^Thanks Marmite,look out for the "Fat Joe" breakfast next time you come.
    This breakfast is MASSIVE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roc
    look out for the "Fat Joe" breakfast
    So you named it after Marmite then ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by humphrey View Post
    some aussie who drank too much.
    CS perhaps?

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    The Pig and Whistle and Coffee Kru are both pretty good, not much of a traditional breakfast person myself as after years of eating duck eggs I find fried chicken eggs a bit insipid.

    Yorkies and Simple Simon's in Jomtien are both pretty good.

    Roc have you got sausage and Bacon sandwitches on the menu yet
    I have more than the average number of arm and legs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Walking on thin ice
    So you named it after Marmite then?
    No. He named it after Joe.

    Friscofrankie took me to a good place in Chiang Mai, run by a German guy. Can't remember the name though.

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    Thought there was more than one ozzie in Kan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    Friscofrankie took me to a good place in Chiang Mai, run by a German guy. Can't remember the name though.
    this would be the place:
    Quote Originally Posted by cali kid
    Rose Guest house on ratchadamanka rd. here in chiang mai in the inner city.
    Also took you to Mad Dogs another good breakfast joint. home fried potatoes, and mushrooms fried in butter, two eggs, toast, coffee, juice and choce of american bacon, sausage or ham. English breakfast includes all three meats and beans with all the other trimmings.
    The Rose Guesthouse serves an English breakfast that MtD liked, something to dso with teh bacon and tea. the American breakfast is enough of a heart stopper don't see how you guys can eat all that food in the morning, they call us yanks fat, jeese.
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    these days i much prefer a very spicey pad kaphao moo.

    I occasionally plump for a cheese and bacon omelette with beans on the side, but only at home.
    omelettes are rubbish everywhere else.

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    Surprisingly the best one I've found was in Pai.

    I had the best omelette (the "froggy") ever in a burger place on the main street 100 meters past the police station.

    The owner of the place is another crazy alaska expat.

    He also cooks up the worlds best pork chop with real mashed potatoes and gravy.
    I can't wait to head back up there.

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    ^Dude name of Ed I think. Good guy I was sittin here trying to remember teh only damn restaurant in Thailand that served me eggs "over" and that's it! Coffee served in a two cup press. Served me some "in-house," fresh made "country sausage." good guy to shoot the shit with as well.

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    Good Ham 'n' Cheese Omelette at the Old Dutch. Had me one of them bad boys this morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by friscofrankie
    don't see how you guys can eat all that food in the morning, they call us yanks fat, jeese.
    Breakfast is the meal in the day where you can eat almost anything and as much as you want without getting fat. You'll burn it during the day..

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    My wife always says English Sausage!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scooter
    My wife always says English Sausage!
    I bet you wish you was English

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    ^
    He is.
    speaks with one of them funny landan accents.

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    ^^I can confirm this as well.

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    When going to watch a Wales game we used to have an international breafast:-
    bacon, sausauge, 2 lamb chops, lamb kidneys, 3 buttered toast (2 with beans amd one with scrambled egg with cheese)......sorted you out for most of the day

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    Best beakfast I ever had was on Test rugby day in Christchurch.never forgot it.

    Home made hash browns
    Small fillet steak
    Bacon
    Two eggs
    Toast (thick multi grai...home made like..)
    Couple of cooked tomatoes
    Beakbeans
    Fried onions
    mushies

    Washed down with some nice coffee and a couple of beers.(Well it was Test day!)

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