Sutyot Kuetiau Lua Payak Thai Bangkok
I went to try this highly recommended, best Thai Boat Noodle which I found from some of the food bloggers. It is my first Thai boat noodle in Bangkok and I am not sure if this is the real authentic one. There are few different types of soup based offered by this stall which is located at the back of the shop-lots. You may not see it from the front row of the shops if you get down from the overhead bridge. Just walk inside the small side lane. Alternatively, you can go through the Soi Roy Ran at the Victory Monument.
We tried all the three different soup based and with different type of noodles. What soup based do they have and how much does it cost for this small bowl of noodle? Below is the price and the soup that they have.
Personally, I prefer the thick soup over the sour soup. And, their soup is not spicy at all. So, where does the spiciness comes from? Maybe, we need to add our own chili. Their thick soup is thickening clear soup and it is different than the one I tried in Singapore, Noodle Cafe – Thai Boat Noodle.
They have limited side dishes, we chose to have the fried dumplings which turned out to be some fried wanton skin. I do not eat see if there is any meat inside. It is just crispy wanton skins.
For 12 baht a bowl and able to try everything on the menu, it is still reasonable and different experience over here in Bangkok.