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

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11. Posted by Mr Gee (Budding Member 91 posts) 9y

Yeah, there's that place on the corner, you know, the one with the window and a person sitting outside. you know the one :)

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

Quoting john7buck

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.

I will try it out and let ya know how it goes :) thanks!

Quoting Mr Gee

Yeah, there's that place on the corner, you know, the one with the window and a person sitting outside. you know the one :)

where? where? WHERE??????

hehe

13. Posted by draggons (Full Member 113 posts) 9y

Think there's a place in Washington Square where you'll get it all

14. Posted by nicolson (Budding Member 42 posts) 9y

I had breakfast at Little home restaurant before and they were good!

15. Posted by beachbot (Budding Member 5 posts) 9y

If you looking to buy to cook at home try Foodland and The Villa supermarkets, not sure of locations tho'.

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

Thanks everyone, It's not breakfast time right now but I am still going to go searching for a place today for B&G :)

17. Posted by karazyal (Travel Guru 1596 posts) 9y

Quoting zachary

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!!!

Like the other poster said, pancakes no problem. I often see pancakes on the menu in "all you can eat" morning buffets, especially in Pattaya. In Bangkok sometimes the Fortuna Hotel, Sukhumvit Soi 5, near Foodland, has pancakes. Their buffet price is 119 baht, not that bad for Bangkok and all you can eat too! (Pancakes may not be every day though!)

Can't think of a place in Bangkok, but if you are in Pattaya, the Lek Hotel and the Apex hotel often have "some kind of meat" swamped in gravy, and of course something that resembles biscuits. The Lek Hotel having more meat dishes with gravy on a regular basis, biscuits (rolls) okay but not exactly the same as in the U.S.

I bring my own bread (bulkie rolls, 5-7 baht) to some places that I eat at, you can pick up some of your favorite biscuits from a bakery and at least you have that item - then you only have to find gravy in the morning.

18. Posted by kewarren (Budding Member 3 posts) 9y

Hi Zachary

Are you still in Bangkok? drop me a line if you are

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

Quoting kewarren

Hi Zachary

Are you still in Bangkok? drop me a line if you are

Yep, I'm here, sent you a privage message :)

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

Quoting karazyal

Like the other poster said, pancakes no problem. I often see pancakes on the menu in "all you can eat" morning buffets, especially in Pattaya. In Bangkok sometimes the Fortuna Hotel, Sukhumvit Soi 5, near Foodland, has pancakes. Their buffet price is 119 baht, not that bad for Bangkok and all you can eat too! (Pancakes may not be every day though!)

Can't think of a place in Bangkok, but if you are in Pattaya, the Lek Hotel and the Apex hotel often have "some kind of meat" swamped in gravy, and of course something that resembles biscuits. The Lek Hotel having more meat dishes with gravy on a regular basis, biscuits (rolls) okay but not exactly the same as in the U.S.

I bring my own bread (bulkie rolls, 5-7 baht) to some places that I eat at, you can pick up some of your favorite biscuits from a bakery and at least you have that item - then you only have to find gravy in the morning.

Wow, you are a hardcore eater!!! haha, joke, but thanks for the info, yes I go to Pattaya quite a bit, I have seen both hotels around, but for now I'm in BKK, will try to check out Fortuna for some pantycakes soon :) thanks a lot Al :)

[ Edit: Edited on Feb 27, 2007, at 9:41 PM by zachary ]

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