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Does anyone know where I can get some crumpets in Pattaya, at the moment I'm charging all my overseas guest 12 per stay :llaugh

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Does anyone know where I can get some crumpets in Pattaya, at the moment I'm charging all my overseas guest 12 per stay :llaugh

 

 

There's plenty of crumpet in the bars of pattaya........ :D

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can't say about crumpets per se but the Loaf restaurant has lots of fresh baked goods. They are on soi Lengkee.

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The stall at Triangle Bar in Soi Chaiyaphun offers two crumpets and a tea for something like 90 baht.

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make them yourself, its only a batter, go and purchase a 80 - 100mm stainless steel muffler clamp and use that as the mold.

 

You can freeze easy, you want the recipie just google

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We can supply them just pop in and have a word with me (chris)

And making them is not that easy it took several attempts and many tasting sessions to perfect the crumpet thats sold in Wrap "N" Roll

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I bought some crumpets in Villa market, on 2nd road, about 2 years ago.

They were OK, made in Austrailia, and not overly expensive.

I used to work for Mothers Pride bakery in the UK, and thought our crumpets were the best.

But, I have to admit Warburtons, are much better.

My TGF loves them, more than me :(

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When in the UK I tried the Morrison's ones (cheaper) but ended up back on the Warburton's ones myself.

Quite partial to spreading hommus on them for breakfast...... Pate was better but not very healthy!

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I use up my precious, (I bring 4 jars back each year from the UK), ginger preserve on them.

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