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    Good Breakfasts In Pattaya

    I'll be in Pattaya early Tuesday and am wondering what the best place for breakfast is.

    By best, I don't mean cheapest. A couple of fried eggs, with toast and a hot dog isn't what I'm looking for..

    Eggs Benedict
    Corned beef hash with eggs
    A top notch buffet would be nice as well....

    Any recommendations would be welcome!

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    You forgot the baked beans and black pudding to add...

    A proper breakfast.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan
    A couple of fried eggs, with toast and a hot dog isn't what I'm looking for..
    You dare scorn the sacred 'American Breakfast'? Shame on you, sir!

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    You dare scorn the sacred 'American Breakfast'? Shame on you, sir!
    Fuck yes...disgusting at best. To this day it amazes me that Thais call a snout filled bag of goo sausage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    You dare scorn the sacred 'American Breakfast'? Shame on you, sir!
    Fuck yes...disgusting at best. To this day it amazes me that Thais call a snout filled bag of goo sausage.
    I'm guessing you've never tried the variety of Isaan sauages, Top?

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    The sweet toast makes it for me. You know, the stuff roughly the size of one of the keys on your computer.

    How dare you fob me off with this half-baked nonsense, Somjit. Bugger off back to the kitchen and fetch me something edible, you useless little cnut.

    Yes, I'm getting flashbacks here.

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    I really like O'Gara's on Pratumnuk near Soi 5.

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    '18 Coins' on Soi Buakao does it for me. Excellent food all round.

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    Had to spend a couple of nights in Pattaya earlier this year, working near by, there's an Irish pub in front of the Hilton, opens early, DONT try the breakfast in there, bloody terrible.

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    I like the breakfasts at The Continental (on Thappraya Rd just a few meters South of Thepprassit). They also have homemade yoghurts and the most beautiful breads being a bakery. A new player just North of that location is Fraser's sports bar that have a good breakfast range, and have Newspaper Direct copies of half a dozen world newspapers to read with coffee if that's your thing. The Caddy Shack is always good too. There's a buffet style breakfast at Casa Pascal (about 200 Baht) that many people rave about, but it doesn't impress me. All the 4 and 5* hotels have buffet breakfasts that non-guests are welcome to go to, one really good one is at the Dusit in North Pattaya.

    As far as getting a "full English breakfast" in Pattaya for anywhere between 90 and 175 Baht, if someone told me there was more than 250 places where you can get this I wouldn't be surprised in the least. The choices are pretty much uncountable.

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    The Coffee Club at Royal Garden Plaza gets my vote

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    What on earth is corned beef hash?

    Obviously, as a Briton, I'm familiar with corned beef sandwiches (absolutely delicious with cold butter, HP sauce and fluffy white bread) but how would one hash it?

    Having such a dish for breakfast might also seem odd but kedgeree works so.....

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    I would think in Pattaya it wouldn't be that hard to find a bloody good muffin

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    I'll be in Pattaya early Tuesday and am wondering what the best place for breakfast is.

    By best, I don't mean cheapest. A couple of fried eggs, with toast and a hot dog isn't what I'm looking for..

    Eggs Benedict
    Corned beef hash with eggs
    A top notch buffet would be nice as well....

    Any recommendations would be welcome!
    Can't help you on the food side, but if your trip is related to your current "legal entanglement" I want to wish you the best of luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx
    I like the breakfasts at The Continental (on Thappraya Rd just a few meters South of Thepprassit).
    That place is mediocre. The bagels are especially awful. I have had breakfast there a few times and it is not worth the trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegent
    What on earth is corned beef hash?
    Corned beef is put through a food grinder with cooked potatoes then fried on the griddle. Usually served with fried eggs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegent View Post
    What on earth is corned beef hash?

    Obviously, as a Briton, I'm familiar with corned beef sandwiches (absolutely delicious with cold butter, HP sauce and fluffy white bread) but how would one hash it?

    Having such a dish for breakfast might also seem odd but kedgeree works so.....
    Sir I question your nationality ! Corned beef does not need HP sauce in a sandwich, it may be accompanied by raw onion and even a little Colemans mustard but HP never !

    As a youngster in the early 1950's I was often fed corned beef rissoles too.

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    You haven't had a corned beef sandwich unless you have had one in a NYC deli. Piled high on rye and served with a Kosher pickle and cole slaw. The ultimate corned beef sandwich. HP sauce or any such crap would be a sacrilege.

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    Jimmy Macs middle of Soi 6 (Yodsak) is worth a look.

    There is a place on the opposite side of the road from Rompho Market, Jomtien that is supposed to make the best Eggs Benedict in Thailand and is highly rated by our American brethren. You have to book and there is/was a dress code.

    Sorry the name escapes me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thegent
    What on earth is corned beef hash?
    Thegent is obviously a fraud Briton.

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    Corned beef sandwich with beetroot. Lush

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    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by thegent
    What on earth is corned beef hash?
    Thegent is obviously a fraud Briton.
    Indeed. Corned beef hash made regular appearances when I was growing up. Great way to use up some left over mashed spuds.

    In fact cooked myself a plate of it quite recently when I happend upon a tin of corned beef in a supermarket. I do seem to have problems getting it though, as many places do not seem to stock it.

    As a side note re humbert, there are actually two distinct things that are called corned beef. For Brits, it looks like this:





    while our american bretheren its more like this:

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooter
    You have to book and there is/was a dress code.
    A dress code and booking to have breakfast? I'll pass. All replies noted for future reference. There is/was a great breakfast place in Suk name escapes me had the best breakfast around a few years back. Full English fare. Had the best scrambled eggs, hash browns, fried tomatoes, sausages, bacon, baked beans washed down with a decent coffee. I haven't been around that way to see if its still happening but last I heard the property was intended for redevelopment. Damn I can't think of the name of the place.

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    ^ Yup a dress code for brekkie which won't suite everyone.

    The place ain't cheap either, but knowing CSFFan he is looking for the best available in the area.

    From memory it's an enclosed airconned place on the opposite side of the carriageway and to the slight right of the market.

    Yanks were raving about the Eggs Benedict as being top notch and as good if not better than the best at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooter
    it's an enclosed airconned place on the opposite side of the carriageway and to the slight right of the market.
    Do you know the soi?

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