This is a good simple meal I have eaten in Bangkok, Thailand, basically to plate head rice, the ingredients are more sufficient, often about three or five friends confidant to come over, each one order, can share delicious and happy. The point is that the environment and service are also OK, it's a little party paradise.
The Thai stir-fried noodles here are fried with shrimp oil, which will stain the noodles red. But don't worry, it is not spicy and tastes great. Thai fried rice is ok, but there are no highlights, quite satisfactory. The service is good, but their prawns are sold out (recommended on the menu), so I can only eat regular prawns.
Bangkok is famous for fried rice noodles, mainly with tiger shrimp noodles, also belong to the tourist circle of the net red shop, tiger shrimp is not special fresh, frozen, or the normal version delicious.
We came to this restaurant after reading all the compliments on the Internet, and the result is really great! The business is very good in the store, so the waiting time for food is longer than other roadside stalls, but it is worth the wait! We ordered fried rice noodles with shrimps and eggs. The shrimps are very tender and the noodles taste great! The price of fresh shrimp for 90 baht in this area is very reasonable (about 70 or so for shrimp in other stores). Not many tourists know this place even though it is super popular with locals. She said that the Thai fried noodles in this restaurant are the best in Bangkok, so my expectations are very high. But after I ate it, I thought it was so-so, in fact it was not so good. It's not bad, but it's not as good as everyone said. We need to line up before entering the restaurant, but I really don't think the wait is worth it. However, the orange juice sold here is great. I prefer orange juice to Thai fried noodles.
I am here to write good reviews! This is a century-old Thai rice noodle shop recommended by locals when we take a taxi when we are visiting Bangkok. You must try it! This restaurant is very similar to Ichiran Ramen. Both focus on making one kind of food—Thai style rice noodles. There are a variety of Thai rice noodles, the taste is very authentic, they will provide raw bean sprouts and shallots, lemon, peanuts, you have to tear into pieces by yourself, sprinkle in the rice noodles, and then eat after stirring. It is really delicious ! It’s so delicious that my husband and I first ordered one of the recommended signature rice noodles, and then it was too delicious and finally ordered another...Because I’m not used to eating sugary foods like Thailand, I also made a special explanation You need to add less sugar, and you will be very satisfied and supportive in the end! Orange juice is also a must-drink. It is freshly squeezed at the restaurant on the day. There are thick fruit pieces~ the chili is also very authentic. It is too spicy for a small bite and the service is also very good. Although there are many people in line (maybe for publicity, There were no Chinese when we went), but the reception manager was very attentive. After waiting for ten minutes to get in, everyone would bend over 90 degrees and put their hands together to greet you, which made me unconsciously bend over and respond hahaha …The price is not expensive, the two of us can eat for less than 150rmb, very recommended!
Once in a taxi, the driver told me thipsamai thipsamai. I think what he was talking about. He pointed to the long line and said NO.1 NO.1 with his thumbs up. I immediately thought I would eat tomorrow, and then I started to line up in a long line. To be honest, it was not as terrible as I imagined. It was about half an hour, less than an hour. If you have a disabled person, you can sit at the entrance of the restaurant. The store is not big, there are not a few tables, but it tastes fast, so you can get in and out quickly. Orange juice is my first recommendation. The big pulp is super delicious! Then there is the special omelet fried rice noodles. The taste is a bit sweet. As a Shanghainese, I think it is also a bit sweet, but it is still delicious. The rest of the taste is similar. Overall, it is worth coming. The price is not cheap, the service is OK, and the restaurant sells dry goods. You can buy some boxed rice noodles to cook at home.