Thai Chicken Noodles (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวไก่) – Street Food Bicycle



One of my favorite Thai street food noodle dishes is kuay teow gai (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวไก่), Thai chicken noodles. For more Bangkok street food check out:

Located on Ekkamai Soi 12, which is also known as Soi Charoen Chai, there’s a Thai chicken noodle street food cart, which is set up on a bicycle, that serves up some delicious bowls of chicken noodles. The stall gets very busy, and when I walked up, I had to wait in line for a few minutes to order. I ordered the full option, the special size with an extra piece of chicken and an egg in the mix (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวไก่เส้นเล็กพิเศษเพิ่มไข่). You can then grab some sweet basil and some raw slices of bitter melon, which were hanging from the power pole, and from the neighbors fence.

After getting my bowl of Thai chicken noodles, I sat down at one of the tables, and then garnished with some vinegar, some crushed peanuts, and finally a few scoops of chili flakes for extra flavor and some serious heat. I also like to add a bunch of raw bitter melon to my noodles, and finally top it off with some sweet basil to contrast all the flavors and for a delicious refreshing touch.

The Thai chicken noodles at Kuay Teow Gai Khlang Soi Charoen Chai (ร้านก๋วยเตี๋ยวไก่กลางซอยเจริญใจ) were delicious – my kind of Thai street food – great atmosphere, friendly service, good food. You can find bowls of chicken noodles very similar to this all over Bangkok, but this particular place is right on Ekkamai Soi 12 in Bangkok.

Kuay Teow Gai Khlang Soi Charoen Chai (ร้านก๋วยเตี๋ยวไก่กลางซอยเจริญใจ)

Address: Ekkamai Soi 12, Bangkok, Thailand
Open hours: 9:30 am – 3 pm daily, but very busy at peak meal times
Price: My bowl of noodles cost 50 THB

ที่อยู่ ซ.เจริญใจ (เอกมัย 12) ถ.สุขุมวิท 63 แขวงคลองตันเหนือ, วัฒนา, กรุงเทพฯ 10110
เปิดบริการ อังคาร – อาทิตย์ 9.30-15.00 น.
ก๋วยเตี๋ยวไก่เส้นเล็กพิเศษเพิ่มไข่ 50 บาท

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Street Food Around The World – Seoul



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Seoul is the capital of Korea for about 600 years, from the time of Joseon (Korea) (1392-1910). Seoul is known as the “Han Yang” (Hanyang) during the Joseon Dynasty, but after liberation from Japan in 1945, the new Republic of Korea was established officially changed its name to the capital Seoul. Seoul now has developed into a bustling metropolis, is the focus of political events, economic, social and cultural. Han River runs through the center of the city. The river divides the city into two parts; northern part of the city is the center of culture and history, while the southern part is known for the shopping district. Seoul has hosted many international events such as the Asian Olympics 1986 Olympics 1988 security card and FIFA World Cup Korea / Japan 2002. Success of this event was to show people that Seoul is really an international city. In Seoul you can find ancient palaces and the Royal Tombs of the Joseon Dynasty, as well as Seoul World Cup Stadium, 63 CITY building, Lotte World, Han River, National Park Bukkhansan (North Korea’s Son), Namsan (South Son), Daehangno (University road), Insa-dong (ward Insa), Itaewon (Itaewon), Myeong-dong (Myeong ward), (ward Apgujeong), Namdaemun and Dongdaemun Market. On the outskirts of Seoul, you can find Seoul Land, Everland, Caribbean Bay, Korean Folk Village, Hwaseong City (Member States) in Suwon (Thuy Nguyen), and The Namhansan (South Han Son).
Area: 605.27 ㎢
Population: 25,6 millions people

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