Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Supper @ Sukhumvit Soi 38

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We were staying in Sukhumvit on our last Bangkok trip. A friend suggested visiting Sukhumvit Soi 38 Night Food Market for supper one night.

We took the skytrain to Thonglor BTS station. I was surprised to see only a handful of stalls opened for business. The guys wanted to eat the famous wanton noodles but I was too tired to walk to the end of the street, so we settled for the pork flat rice noodles.

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The friendly boss, who spoke Teochew with us, has many Singaporeans and Malaysians customers. And because I am a Teochew, I was given more meats. hehehe.... 

The steaming hot broth was very welcoming on a cold night. The crispy roasted pork was so yummy, we ordered extra portions.

Good business at his stall..... while we were leaving, a mini bus brought 11 young men and women to his stall.

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As we had to catch the last train back to the hotel, we bought fruit juice and mango on sticky rice to take away.

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Fruit juice was good but the famous mango on sticky rice was overrated. Prices tend to be higher because more tourists come here to experience Bangkok's night food market.


8 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful looking meal. xo Catherine

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    1. Hi Catherine..... looks good and tastes good, it was a very satisfying meal. :)

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  2. I think I have been here! But forgot what I ate! LOL

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    1. LOL.... I bet you have been here. It's popular with Malaysians and Singaporeans. Can check your blog posts what you eat. :D

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  3. Bangkok also looks interesting and fun though I have never been there.
    Wish I visited the city with my family. :D

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    1. It's not too far from Japan. Plan a visit, you will love it :)

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