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pattaya delices de france, la boulange, la baguette, any other french boulangerie/bakery ?

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hello,

 

do you know any other shop french boulangerie style where they sell croissants and cakes ?

 

I know

 

delices de france

la boulange

la baguette

 

any other french boulangerie/bakery around Pattaya ?

 

Or any other good place for sweets ?

 

Thanks.

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Back Fabrik the german baker on Jomtien 2nd Rd does fresh decent bagels & croissants every morning except Mondays.

Also apple pies, brownies & various types of bread.

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2 minutes ago, SidJames said:

Back Fabrik the german baker on Jomtien 2nd Rd does fresh decent bagels & croissants every morning except Mondays.

Also apple pies, brownies & various types of bread.

German bagels?

Seriously?

Got a pic?

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2 hours ago, bangkokairportlink said:

do you know any other shop french boulangerie style where they sell croissants and cakes ?

 

Not exactly a French bakery but the bakery in the basement of Central does perfectly decent patisserie and bread, as does the bakery in the BigC on Klang which is managed by a French baker.

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10 hours ago, Jingthing said:

German bagels?

Seriously?

Got a pic?

Technically they would then be known as beigels if cooked in the german style so unsure as the which he bakes JT.

They also do a lovely small range of macarons

 

 

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In any case I never say bagels there spelled anyway you want. So color me skeptical.

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Reading the headline, I figured someone at a French bakery in Pattaya was being treated for lice.

 

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dark side. soi siam country club at nongprue traffic lights. tulip bakery and restaurant. not french but the croissants could be.

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1 hour ago, NanLaew said:

dark side. soi siam country club at nongprue traffic lights. tulip bakery and restaurant. not french but the croissants could be.

 

This one ?

 

https://www.facebook.com/Hollandtulip.Bakery/

http://www.hollandtulip-resort.com/

 

Thank you ! I didn't know it !

 

But siam country club is the street on the dark side where the road is totally destroyed  ?

 

So how to go so far in the street without 4WD car ?

 

 

 

 

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I hope I don't look stupid, but is Big C Extra on Pattaya Klang (central rd.) not worth a visit?

(a bit of Carrefour has survived)

 

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1 hour ago, bangkokairportlink said:

 

This one ?

 

https://www.facebook.com/Hollandtulip.Bakery/

http://www.hollandtulip-resort.com/

 

Thank you ! I didn't know it !

 

But siam country club is the street on the dark side where the road is totally destroyed  ?

 

So how to go so far in the street without 4WD car ?

 

 

 

 

The shitty bit of SSCC only extends from the railroad track about 2 km to just beyond the market. Beyond that it's pretty much an empty superhighway... well almost as there's some random buggerization nearer the lake. But Tulip and the traffic lights are slap bang in the middle of the good bit.

 

Alternative routes are east via Highway 7 and exit 3240 (also signposted for Crocodile Farm Road and just before the toll booths) and turn south.

 

Or east on Noenplubwan until you get to the temple, then turn north.

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35 minutes ago, KhunBENQ said:

I hope I don't look stupid, but is Big C Extra on Pattaya Klang (central rd.) not worth a visit?

(a bit of Carrefour has survived)

 

Soggy, sweet formulaic margarine croissants for the (mostly) local market, same as S&P bakery stuff. I had a bad experience once with their butter croissants that were made with rank butter.

 

Some of their bread loaves are OK though, especially the sourdoughs.

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