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Where to eat at 3 /4 in the morning

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After a night on the town i find there are very few restaraunts open at 3 , 4 , 5 am in the morning.

I normally go to either Baywatch on Beach rd or The Premiership in Nakula

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24hr food place next to tops supermarket (under the pattaya bowling alley) on central klang rd. the entrance on rhs about 50m from 2nd rd.

thai and falang food and cheap.

was a regular late haunt when i had the munchies!

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Kiss on 2nd Rd

 

opposite bacside of Mike Shopping Mall

 

beside the Dolphin on the corner with North Pattaya Rd

 

at least the second one is open 24/7 but I think the first one too.

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I just roll over, spread her legs and dive in.........

Loads of different flavours , fish, mouldy chicken, cheese , honey and all very nutritous, oh yeah make sure you get the once amonth special too, good for vampires and aneamics.

 

monsterman

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I just roll over, spread her legs and dive in.........

 

 

Ah, Dining at the Y. You are a true connaisseur!!! :bigsmile: I've been known to eat there myself. :bigsmile:

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try eurostar in jomtien on beach road open for 24 hours little bit expensive, but very good food and very clean has a mixed menu thai,euro,..etc

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Kiss on 2nd Rd

 

opposite bacside of Mike Shopping Mall

 

beside the Dolphin on the corner with North Pattaya Rd

 

at least the second one is open 24/7 but I think the first one too.

 

My 2 favourite places early in the morning when I'm half-pissed amd hungry. The food is cheap with a good menu and the service staff is polite and efficient. Both places are 24/7. Most TGs love going there after a night out.

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I expect to be dining at the Y this Friday eve

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Can't beat Marine Seafood - off Walking St, past JP Bar - big open plan area, near Marine Disco 2.

 

Closes at 6am.

 

Some of the best cooked Thai food I've tasted - arrives hot, rather than luke warm which is a big bonus - when leaving the Go Go's, this is the place 2 fill up.

 

Fresh fish on display, covered in ice - huge menu 2 choose from

Edited by ben99

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At the Soi Bhuakow/Soi LK Metro junction there is a good restaurant open 24 I think. It's right near Jasmine Mansion. Stopped there a number of times last summer in the early morning hours and they have a Donner sort of wrap that you can add your own veggies and sauce.

 

Good food cheap! :puke

 

 

~Sa-teef

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I'm with the OP on this one. Baywatch Cafe, for either an early breakfast or late dinner, and feel the breeze off the gulf, or Marine Seafood while the circus parades in front of you.

Edited by RhinoTusk

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Nothing wrong with pemierre bar on Nakula, food excellent. Thai English and Mexican, but your right, not much doing eat wise in the early hours, don' go in Kiss on Dolphin roundabout unless you're fond of Diacarm.

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Crazy Dave's , bar / restaurant, Soi Chiaypoon, open 24 Hr. cheap food, good portions and video screen.

 

Luvvly Jubbly :D ( that will make sense if you go there )

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Always got the fridge stocked with snacks, fruit, cold meats, bread, cheese and salad . Also travel with my jug, tea and coffee.

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Kiss foods across from Mike Shopping on Second Road is still a good bet as of a few months ago.

Edited by midlifecrisis

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