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Friday, March 6, 2015

Wanton Noodles

After so much discussions on Bangkok's Wanton Mee, I finally found them in the night market, Sukhumvit Soi 38 and was quite fortunate that they were opened even though it was a public holiday.

Sukhumvit Soi 38 is easily accessible by BTS, just alight at Thong Lo Station and cross the road and you will be able to find a stretch selling food.

Wanton Noodle
This Wanton Noodles has been raved online and has its standard of popularity. With its local crowd gather around its stall, I would say that the dish is significant with ample of fresh crab meat added as one of the ingredients.

Noodle soup has a tinged of chye poh and the soup is pretty good, light and delighting.  While the char siew was lean and yummy, likewise for the wantons in soup.

Wanton Noodle Soup - 50 Baht

While the dry version of noodle did not differ much from the soup just that it has packed additional fragrance from the shallots and pork lard. Do note that the dry version does not come with additional soup.

Dry Wanton Noodle - 50 Baht

Having been once there, it's definitely not my last time there as the street is full of interesting local delights and I simply love this kind of night stalls since it is uncommon in Singapore.

Wanton Noodles
Sukhumvit Soi 38 (BTS Station: Thong Lor, Exit 4)
Operating hours: 8pm – 2am

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