Doy kway teow reua. Boat noodle

Doy kway teow reua. Boat noodle

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Doy kway teow reua. Boat noodle

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Great hidden gem of a boat noodles restaurant. Came here through recommendation from Mark Wiens - it was spot on! Definitely worth seeking out. Can't decide if I like the beef or pork better, both were great. Just that the beef was a little tough.

Google Review Zhihan Yeo

Great hidden gem of a boat noodles restaurant. Came here through recommendation from Mark Wiens - it was spot on! Definitely worth seeking out. Can't decide if I like the beef or pork better, both were great. Just that the beef was a little tough.

Google Review Zhihan Yeo

Just say pork and they’ll bring you a tasty bowl of noodles! I always struggle to order in places where they speak limited English but you can’t go wrong with noodles. They have bowls of corn chips, pork crackling bags and mint leaves all ready to go to pimp your noodles! Really tasty, cheap and authentic Thai place! #BeatTheGrind

Google Review Andrew Schultz

This is definitely a must try in Bangkok. Getting there might be a little bit complicated, but it is worth the effort. In terms of pricing, the food in this place is quite reasonable. The boat noodles comes in 2 sizes (small and big) and there is the spicy and non-spicy variant. Those that can't take spicy food should refrain from the spicy version as it is very spicy. The normal variant allows one to actually savour the full taste of the broth. Try the normal one first and if you feel adventurous, go for the spicy one. The reason why the broth is a little dark is due to addition of pig's blood in it. However, you can't tell that there is blood in the broth as it blends in well with the rest of the flavours. There are also pork cracklings on the table which is a nice addition to the noodles. Gives it a bit of a bite. Do try the boat noodles here. It was one of the best I have tried, but I did not try the ones at the boat noodle alley. So maybe there are other better options.

Google Review Prashanth Kamalanathan

This was the only boat noodle restaurant I went to in Bangkok so I have nothing to compare it to but this place was absolutely amazing. The depth of flavor the broth had was incredible. Definitely one of the best bowl of noodles I've ever had. Really want to learn how to make these. I had 2 bowls of the pork noodles and one of the beef. The pork was definitely better in my opinion.

Google Review John Tucker

Superior to the more well-known boat noodle restaurant cluster next to victory monument. Out of the way place. I think it's actually 15baht, and it's a bigger portion than the other spots Edit: I came here with a Thai friend, born and raised in Bangkok. We also had this dish at the Victory Monument spots and at a spot in Chatuchak Market. The verdict: We agreed that the Market stall was the best. This place here is a close second and the monument stalls came in third place. Regardless, boat noodles are amazing and should be sought out while in Bangkok. Enjoy

Google Review william kistler