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Thai Beef Noodles (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเนื้อตุ๋น Kuay Teow Neua)

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Beef is not always available in Bangkok, so when I hear about a restaurant serving top notch Thai noodles with beef, I get pretty excited.

In this video, I visited a little set of stalls on Udom Suk road in Bangkok, Thailand to slurp down a deliciously beefy bowl of goodness.

The noodles along with a few sprigs of morning glory and bean sprouts were blanched in boiling water before the thumb sized chunks of fall apart tender beef were added to the soup. The soup was an oily but massively flavorful combination of beef flavoring.

Beef noodles are a wonderful addition to world of Thai noodles!

If you’d like to go to this exactly spot, here’s the information you’ll need. It’s closest to Udom Suk BTS station, but the restaurant is still about a 20 minute walk from there. You may want to take a motorbike taxi or jump in the back of a communal vehicle (rot songthaew).

Thanks for watching and here’s some more information:

Racha Neua Toon (ราชาเนื้อตุ๋น)

Address: Sukhumvit 103, Udom Suk Soi 25, Phra Khanong, Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: 08-6336-6892
Hours: 8:00 - 16:00
What to Order: beef noodles – kuay teow neua toon (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเนื้อตุ๋น), pork with dry egg noodles – ba mee haeng kaa moo (บะหมี่แห้งขาหมู)
Prices: 35 – 45 THB per dish

ราชาเนื้อตุ๋น
สุขุมวิท 103 อุดุมสุข 25 พระโขนง
โทร. 08-6336-6892
เปิด 08:00-16:00 น.
ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเนื้อตุ๋น
บะหมี่แห้งขาหมู

Music:

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Thank you for watching, hope you enjoyed!

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