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Monday, December 07, 2009

Nong Kai


A taste of Viet-Ubon cuisine

We have shared many Thai-Chinese delis with their role as part of essential Thais culinary culture; such as guay-jub (a bowl of roll rice noodles with crispy pork and entrails), a Chinese influence Thai-Chinese delicacy widely adapted among the locals.

Further here we have the Viet-Ubon guay-jub yuan (a bowl of Ubon rice noodles with pork), the version of guay-jub of Ubon Ratchathani province with influence from Vietnam.

1. Ubon style Vietnamese guay-jub-yuan; 2. after seasoning

a bowl of Ubon rice noodle with pork (guay-jub-yuan)

4. Ubon somtam (spicy salad); 5. Thai-Viet style rice roll with minced pork

Nong Kai Ubon Restaurant ****
Soi Ari 2
Phaholyothin Road (Phaholyothin Soi 7)
Samsennai, Bangkok 10400

Open daily: 11 am - 8 pm
Pay (food only for two): around THB 100


Stella said...

These dishes look kind of unique to me(as I never tried yet).

in the sea said...

Seems like an array of Vietnamese restaurants are coming. Kuem Ung ("Thanks" in Vietnamese).

Thailand Club said...

no la

just this for the time being!

in the sea said...

ok.. then give us more surprises.. :)