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Nok’s Superb Full English Breakfast

Nok’s Superb Full English Breakfast

Full English breakfast at the Bookhouse Coffee Shop & Restaurant was always a great affair. That changed last year with the closure of one of Udon Thani’s best-loved restaurants. Former Bookhouse owner and head chef Nok is currently plying her toothsome trade at the City Lodge Guest House on Wattana Nuwong Road and I recently took the opportunity to visit there.

Full English Breakfast at the City Lodge Udon Thani

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Superb. That’s an appropriate word to decribe the full English breakfast I enjoyed at the City Lodge. There are a lot of places to eat a good English breakfast in Udon Thani and in my opinion Nok’s sits at the top of the tree. Plenty on the plate, oil-free and awesome taste. Easy on the pocket too at 120 THB for the value breakfast.

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There are other options on the breakfast menu as well. Larger full English breakfasts weigh in at 180 and 260 THB. The latter called the Super Breakfast – 2 sausages, 2 bacon, 2 eggs, black pudding, saute potatoes, hash brown, baked beans and mushrooms. Tea or coffee is included with all main breakfasts if ordered before midday. The menu also lists American and German breakfast.

At present Nok is based at the City Lodge Guest House on a profits share basis. She has control over the restaurant and kitchen but if the rumours are true Nok is in the process of setting up a new restaurant venture at her home. It would appear the City Lodge perch is a temporary one.

The food menu expands to main meals and snacks. A lot of the Bookhouse menu has been imported to the City Lodge and with it many of its former customers.

The City Lodge Guest House faces the rear entrance to the Bangkok Hospital and there is car park space at the side of the guest house.

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