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One of the Best Thai Noodle Soup in Bangkok

Delle and I have a weird hankering for Thai food most of the time, especially after midnight. On the top list of our cravings is the Thai noodle with the black soup called “Kuai Tiao Ruea or ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเรือ”. It’s a delicious combination of small rice noodles “sen lek” and fresh vegetables soak in boiling water for 2-3 minutes, topped with garlic, crispy pork, onion, parsley and fortified with yummy blood broth called “nam tok”. My favorite part is to season it up to your liking. You can add chili powder, vinegar, sugar, ground peanuts and lots of crispy pork. This Thai noodle soup is very popular and once you’ve tasted it you will know why. Lol

You can find the best and delicious ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเรือ restaurants literally everywhere, like along the streets, under the trees and even on floating boats. But with this rising temperature here in the Kingdom (from 32-38 degrees on the average) you can’t fully enjoy your food under scorching heat. One recent addition to our “Favorite Street-Style” but air-conditioned restaurants is the “” alongside our building. This small casual restaurant featured bricks design wallpaper, wood tables, high chairs and some orange utensils perfect for my 2-year-old baby girl’s budding curiosity.

It is hard not to order the same thing over and over again but mind you all kinds of Thai noodle soup are delicious. If you don’t like the idea of a “bloody soup” (excuse me for that haha) your best bet is the Kuai Tiao Tom Yam flavor, second favorite of mine. Or you can go to the most basic Kuai Tiao Nam Sai to the flavorful Yen Ta Fo. Just pick the right kind of noodles; wide, small, fine round, or yellow egg one and you’re good to go. The secret is to put a spoonful of chili paste, add some sugar, a glass of iced water on the side and be prepared for an extra hot authentic Thai experience! :)


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