Breakfast

Greg’s Kitchen 106/4 Moo5, Naklua Rd 185B full english, tea, juice & toast. His homemade sausages are really supurb, the same for his homemade bacon.

go try the danmark breakfast 190thb all you can eat with coffee. my favorite breakie place in jomtien

Try the George Pub in Jomtiem,very good breakfast and with most of the above homemade hash browns

brekkie at The Caddy Shack on Thepprasit soi 8 is generally tastier and has the same menu.

If I’m lazy one day I visit Irish Wolfhound and get a decent breakfast for 100 baht.

very happy with the Retox (Soi Lengkee-
off Buakao) baht -buster English breakfast for 98 baht, (best value in Pattaya, and
excellent quality). It has a little bit of everything. If I am staying in Jomtien I have the
Norwegian or English at the Monkey House on Soi 7, Jomtien (beside the LEK hotel)
They are 160-170 baht respectively, but you had better be hungry they are large. 3
eggs in the English and three pieces of toast in both.

O’Gara’s on Pratumnuk near Soi 5.

’18 Coins’ on Soi Buakao. It only called Coins now and it across the road from where it was previously.

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.

The Coffee Club at Royal Garden Plaza

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. It’s on the main road (dual carriage way) opposite side from the market and that Kiss place.
2nd Road Jomtien.

Crazy Daves in Soi Chayapoom just off Soi Bukhao and only about 50 metres on the left side before you get to Soi Diana. Buakhao is one Soi back from 2nd road. The breakfast of champions. His fat bastard special is 100baht.

Pastrami on Rye – This place just opened today in Jomtien. Looks like they have great breakfasts according to their Facebook page.

The Pig & Whistle Soy7 does it for me no frills but excellent food at a reasonable price.

Try Irovers sports bar on Soi Buakao

On the same side as Crazy Daves about 20 metres down the road is the Seaside Restaurant. Not nearly as good as Crazy Dave’s but good for the price.

Also two doors down from Crazy Daves is Canterbury Tales Café which is worth trying.

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