Dry noodles on the street, called Baa Mee Hang. A small yellow noodle with chopped kale, sliced pork and bean sprouts with soup broth of the side.This version has some boiled won ton and crispy pork bits as well.
You add the topping you want- dried chili, fish sauce and Thai’s love to add sugar. Yep, sugar.
I eat this for lunch two times a week- great street vendor on Soi Lang Suan, just past the seven eleven store on the left, maybe a 2 minute walk from the Chid Lom Skytrain station. The cost is 40baht.
Dry Noodles with won ton, kale and dried pork. Yum.
I began working in Bangkok during 2008- a time that featured a great deal of political unrest in Thailand and particularly Bangkok.
I had lived in San Francisco for 15 years and was working on a project in Thailand. Generally, I spent 2 weeks in Bangkok and then 3-4 weeks in San Francisco. Did Bangkok begin to feel like home? Yes, and No. Bangkok and the Thai culture forced me to feel many things, the change in culture and environment was so dramatic it forced the decision- embrace or ignore.
I embraced and made Bangkok my home and base in 2009. I have enjoyed living in Bangkok, experiencing Thailand and the entire ASEAN region. I moved to Singapore in 2016...fallen behind on this blog since.
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This one I like but rarely eat. My most eaten dish would have to be Kuay Teow Gai (Chicken Noodles) ก๋วยเตี๋ยวไก่
With such a wide choice of dishes it is strange that we all seem to gravitate towards a few favorites but we are all guilty of that!!