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Kuay Jab Nam Sai in Rang Nam

februar 3, 2017 // 0 Comments

The kuay jab nam sai (noodles in broth) restaurant in Soi Rang Nam has more than 10 years on it’s back. The soup has a peppery spiciness and a rich garlicky aroma. Not for the faint of heart, a full order of kuay jab here includes pork maw, entrails, liver, heart, tongue, crispy pork and [Read more]

Bangkok’s Vietnamese Sunday morning market

januar 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

The Vietnamese Sunday morning market is small, but a charming one with welcoming people and a couple of characters to make an impression. One of the best ways to discover local food is to search up the local markets. And with local food comes local ingredients and local culture. Most of us eat two [Read more]

Chinatown street food – a paradise for foodies part I

november 25, 2016 // 2 Comments

King Rama I made Chinatown a center already in 1782. Today as before, a beautiful continuous line, bustling with activity, crowded with people, a colorful commercial hub, and of course, a foodies paradise. This is where you want to squeeze down just one more serving, after your stomach reached [Read more]

Delicious Guay Jub at Khun Dang Guay Jub Yuan

august 18, 2016 // 1 Comment

The Phra Atit Road is just steps away from Khao San Road, but it’s still a genuine Thai neighborhood. The three or four minutes walk from the famous backpacker area is enough to keep the big masses of party goers away. And food wise that’s a good thing. Seen from the street Guay Jub [Read more]

Nay Lek Uan – street food legend high on spice

mars 20, 2015 // 1 Comment

The crown of pepper. We’re talking about the white one. Lots of it. Bags to be honest. They call it kuay jab. It means rice noodles in a clear soup with crispy pork, and if you want, pork entrails. The soup has its origin in Southern China, but as with many other dishes typical for [Read more]

High on spice – Kuay Jab at Nai Ek

desember 28, 2014 // 1 Comment

It´s spicy, but not the way you think. No chili to be spotted in this delicious Kuay Jab. It´s white pepper, the crown of peppers. And it´s a lot of it. Actually they use big bags of pepper to make this very famous and tasteful dish, originating from Southern China. Small pieces of pork, [Read more]
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