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Mothership 2 McThai.

McRib in Siam and Egg McMuffin Too.

McRib in Siam and Egg McMuffin Too.

McRib in Siam and Egg McMuffin Too.

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I'd like to post on here something I read on another board/forum. The question asked why breakfast is not served here (Thailand) in McDonalds like it is in other countries and back in the States? Tha answer may be many, but I think it is because the outlet or franchise does not have the ability to make the breakfast items.

Example morning crew & staff unable to prepare the food cause of morning, afternoon & night time prep stations and equipment is not setup at all McDonalds. The Mall Ngam Wong Wan & The Mall Bangkapi have the morning prep stations, so they can serve McMuffin and the likes, while not available at all McDonalds, there are few McDonalds available in Bangkok that'll serve McBreakfast. Also on that note you can also have a McRib, think it's promotional now so go enjoy one before the promotion runs out. It's to my understanding that McDonalds Thai is back in the Hands of The Mothership meaning the US has gain control of McThai, so hope to be seeing more items from there 2 here!

Published on 11/20/07

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