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Is this the worst ‘farang breakfast’ in all of Thailand?

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day and there is no better way to start the day than with a cooked breakfast.

But photos shared by an expat in Thailand may make you question that.

Earlier this week, photos of a truly shocking attempt at a cooked breakfast were shared to a popular expat Facebook group.

Now normally the Breakfast Club Pattaya Facebook group is filled with photos of tasty breakfasts from some of the best spots around Pattaya.

But the breakfast in these particular photos is so bad, it could quite honestly put you off breakfast for good!

The story goes that Ian McCully who shared the photos, asked for a veggie breakfast and you can only imagine his horror and disappointment when this turned up at his table.

On the plate were two eggs that looked like they had been cooking for days, alongside some sliced tomatoes.

Bizarrely, the plate also contained cauliflower, carrots and baby sweetcorn.

The only highlight of the plate was the checkered pattern which decorated two slices of toast.

The state of the eggs was summed up by D’Wayne Midson who commented: “What did they cook the eggs with? A flame thrower?”

“Who doesn’t love a bit of boiled cauliflower for breakfast. Love the caramelisation on the eggs as well”, wrote Rory Lawlor.

“As a general rule I think if you can pick your eggs up and slap your waitress in the face with them they are probably no good”, he added

While Daniel Paul wrote: “Those eggs delivered straight from hell”.

It isn’t known exactly where this offending breakfast was concocted but it is believed to be somewhere in the Yasothorn area of Thailand.

Top tip – if you’re staying in rural Thailand and the place you’re eating at has ‘farang food’ on the menu, nine times out of ten you are better taking the Thai food option – especially at breakfast.

The only exception to this rule being the ‘American Breakfast’, which in Thailand is best avoided, especially those funky little sausages.

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