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Where can I get biscuits & gravy and pancakes in Bangkok????

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1. Posted by zachary (Respected Member 471 posts) 9y

Ok, I've been here now for nearly 2 months in Thailand, and I'm now beginning to crave my American breakfasts, fatty ass biscuits & gravy and also pancakes, etc etc

Anyone know of a good place that has this great stuff?

Thanks a LOT if you know a place!!!

2. Posted by inanon (Full Member 85 posts) 9y

lol

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3. Posted by zachary (Respected Member 471 posts) 9y

haha, i know i know, what a weird request for "help" hehe, but it's true man, i'm sooooooo craving it!!!!! i cant help but to make an ass of myself and ask this question in public

4. Posted by inanon (Full Member 85 posts) 9y

Least you ain't Scottish. I'll never get a fried Mars Bar when I'm in Bangkok

5. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

Well, the pancake part is easy. They are in every cafe, frequented by foreigners. If u have not seen them, go to the Khao San Road.

I think u will have to cook the biscuits and gravy yourself.

Mel

6. Posted by zachary (Respected Member 471 posts) 9y

Quoting Mel.

Well, the pancake part is easy. They are in every cafe, frequented by foreigners. If u have not seen them, go to the Khao San Road.

I think u will have to cook the biscuits and gravy yourself.

Mel

Well from what I've seen, Khao San Road has only banana pancakes! I've never seen regular ole pancakes anywhere in Thailand

and me make my own biscuits and gravy, wow, I can barely cook boxed mac & cheese hehe, I would never give it a try

I just want to find that perfect place, greasy American breakfast place, there's got to be at least ONE of them in Bangkok!!!

7. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

What u need Zacary, is a week in the US.
I often get like that about Irish food. I am from Ireland, but live in Germany. Now and again, I spend a few days in Ireland, eating my nostalgia food. And then, I bring back some, back to Germany, with me.

Mel

8. Posted by zachary (Respected Member 471 posts) 9y

Quoting Mel.

What u need Zacary, is a week in the US.
I often get like that about Irish food. I am from Ireland, but live in Germany. Now and again, I spend a few days in Ireland, eating my nostalgia food. And then, I bring back some, back to Germany, with me.
Mel

Haha, true true, BUT only thing is, Thailand and Chicago is quite far, and quite expensive, I'd much rather find 1 of the few places that have B&G and/or pancakes right here in BKK, there has got to be a place!!!

9. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

Zachary

U might have to settle for something, from the US, that can be delivered by mail.
There must be some candy bars, or cookies u miss.

Mel

10. Posted by john7buck (Respected Member 458 posts) 9y

Try Big John's Hostel off of Sukhumvit. It's actually Aussie-food, but it's damn good and quite close to the good old "American" diet.