Posted 08 December 2016 - 11:37 AM
On a board had specials of the week, duck in orange sauce and another was some kind of fish, poached. They were advertising a Christmas menu, as well.
Bottom line, think this would be a regular place for me if I lived in Jomtien. Check it out sometime if you've not been.
There was no street sign I could see, maybe someone could correctly identify the Soi. Here are photos of my eggs, the front of the restaurant, and the entrance to the Soi.
PS: can a mod flip the photos if they are sideways, can't do it on an iPad. Thanks.
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Posted 08 December 2016 - 12:01 PM
Soi 5. Just before the 3 LB Bars.
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Posted 10 December 2016 - 06:15 AM
Always had a good reputation and sold butcher's commodities like Yorkies which is also still in business.
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Posted 10 December 2016 - 07:27 AM
Posted 26 December 2016 - 06:52 PM
Indeed.! Always get my bacon there.
Also recommend Chuan Chim Tea Room - a few steps before.
Yes SSimons been there a long time and usually quite busy although the food can be bit greasy at times.
Found the Chuan Chim tea room last year too....nice foods and English owner and his gf friendly too.
Posted 15 May 2017 - 02:09 PM
With a fork usually
Posted 01 July 2017 - 06:57 AM
Simple Simon's is up for sale again but the food is still fine
Posted Yesterday, 03:01 AM
I had Eggs Benedict and jaybee had a Thai dish. Both were great. I had two cappuccinos, he had water and as I recall the bill came to ฿450.
Apologies if this is info you either already know or don't worry about, but in finer restaurants, Hollandaise is generally only kept on-hand for a few hours as it is a breeding ground for bacteria when kept warm (anywhere between 5 and 40C). In fact, here in the states, at any restaurant serving brunch, the hotel pan holding the Hollandaise is the first place the health inspector goes upon entering the establishment ... usually arriving just after the plongeur has dumped the pan into the sink.
Me personally, I don't eat Hollandaise unless it's a place where I know the cooks. OTOH, a joint like Simon's may use a mix, like Knorr's, in which case none of the above would apply. Good luck on your impending quad bypass ... joking. I kid because I care.
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