A full English breakfast is offered at “One More Bar”. Travelling out of town towards Sai Yok turn left at the War Cemetery, then right towards the Bridge. The bar is on the right opposite the Mini Tesco Lotus on the left. And just after On’s Vegetarian Foods which is hard to miss. It is run by Rob who is a keen golfer.
The Crowds Nest also does a good breakfast. They are on the left just before On’s. Its sandwiched between the Aussie Rules and the Betty Boop bar. Aussie Rules also have a breakfast menu which I haven’t tried.
The coffee shop at the Thai Burmese Railway Museum offers a breakfast of sorts, hamburgers and toasties. It is expensive for what it is and I suspect lacks finesse.
Mangosteen, which opened in 2011 and is run by the former operators of the Jolly Frog’s restaurant. They serve scrambled egg on a croissant and a Spanish type egg and potato bake. They also offer Western fare like a smoked salmon and cream cheese sandwich and homemade chicken cordon bleu.
Most of the others don’t seem to be open when one is looking for breakfast and I have yet to find a newspaper or a coffee that puts hair on ones tongue.
I Baa Bar at 32 River Kwai Rd. Owner also speaks excellent English. Highly.recommend.
Friend Bar & Restaurant, 44 Maenamkwai Rd. ☎ +66 81 8581326. Full English breakfast, classic Thai food, Western menu and Japanese food. Drinks, cocktails and free pool. Daily 09:00-23:00.