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Best Breakfast In Pattaya To Be Had Where?

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I don't venture out to Pattaya very often, but every now and then I do get the urge for a proper full English breakfast. This was the case on Sunday and I decided on going to Shenanigans for an Irish breakfast for the grand sum of Baht 150. Value wise I can't complain, two fried eggs, two rashers of bacon, two Irish herb sausages, toms and baked beans, two slices of toast with butter/jam and a coffee. (HP sauce too!)

Got me thinking, is there anywhere else that serves up a better Breakfast around the Beach Road area?

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I don't venture out to Pattaya very often, but every now and then I do get the urge for a proper full English breakfast. This was the case on Sunday and I decided on going to Shenanigans for an Irish breakfast for the grand sum of Baht 150. Value wise I can't complain, two fried eggs, two rashers of bacon, two Irish herb sausages, toms and baked beans, two slices of toast with butter/jam and a coffee. (HP sauce too!)

Got me thinking, is there anywhere else that serves up a better Breakfast around the Beach Road area?

:o

Lek Hotel second Road full works help yourself buffet 95bht. By the Pool.

A legend in Pattaya.

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Greg's Kitchen 2nd Road ooposte Soi 6 ( nearly ) , an outstanding Breaking of Fast.

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I used to go to Gregs quite often but then something happened to the sausages they tasted awful so now I would reccommend Baywatch, which is located towards the bottom of Beach road....a lovely place where the food is excellent (real pork sausages), a good menu with plenty of variety including Thai food and some old Western favourites such as apple pie at very reasonable prices and you have a magnificent view of the sea....oh! and I nearly forgot to mention you get service with a smile. :D

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Baywatch Cafe... I've spent many late nights here dining on their rather fine roast pork and apple sauce, or tasty omlettes.

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I saw the buffet advertised by Lek hotel but didn't think I'd get 'proper' sausages for that price??

I must admit I do not recall seeing sausages , I will check it out next time.

But if its not a buffet you get hit with charges for extra cups of tea or coffee , so for me no buffet no deal.

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Baywatch Cafe... I've spent many late nights here dining on their rather fine roast pork and apple sauce, or tasty omlettes.

Agree with DJ Pat - spent many a morning errr afternoon having breakie there!!! :o

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OK, enough about English breakfasts. Where to get a real AMERICAN breakfast, with pancakes, waffles, French toast, Denver omelettes, hash browns, and all those fattening things (with real maple syrup, please)?

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The Haven, soi 13, has an excellent breakfast. Great breakfast burrito or steak and eggs with hash browns. Very good.

I tried the Lek because I had heard so much about it, great fruit, but the main courses were not for me. I would rather spend a little more and get some great food.

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Apex Hotel on 2nd Road around soi 10 also has 95baht buffet, same ownership as Lek but I thought Apex buffet was better.

Baywatch is ok but more expensive.

Personally, I find Greg's on the rpicy side for everything, its ok but not great.

Thumb Up soi 6 does a good English brekkie for 95.

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