Thai Egg Noodles (อ้วน บะหมี่เกี๊ยว (กวางตุ้ง)

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Around the area of Saphan Kwai in Bangkok, along Pradipat Road, there is an abundance of delicious street food, and there are especially a bunch of noodle stalls. Ying and I were in the area on evening, and we decided to stop at a Bangkok street food stall called Uan Bamee Giew (อ้วน บะหมี่เกี๊ยว (กวางตุ้ง), that is famous for serving Thai egg noodles and dumplings – a dish I hadn’t eaten in quite while, so I was pretty happy to eat.

We arrived at around 5 pm right as they were opening, and I think we got the first order of the day – they had literally just finished setting everything up when we arrived to Uan Bamee Giew (อ้วน บะหมี่เกี๊ยว (กวางตุ้ง). For my first bowl I had a bamee giew moo daeng haeng (บะหมี่เกี๊ยวหมูแดงแห้ง), egg noodles with dumpling, bbq pork, and the dry version (you could also order the soup version if you wanted). The dry noodles came with a bowl of soup on the side, with a pork bone sitting in the middle. The soup was nice and salty, and had a rich pork flavor to it, but really excellent flavor. But I really loved the dry egg noodles, topped with slices of pork, some fish cakes, some crispy pork skin, some choi sum greens, and finally a bed of really good and freshly cooked egg noodles. Additionally there were some dumplings in the mix as well, which were filled with minced pork, and they were so soft and tender that the meat melted into the dumpling wrapper – they were delicious.

After the dry egg noodles I decided to have a bowl of giew nam moo daeng nam (เกี๊ยวน้ำหมูแดงน้ำ), Thai won ton style dumplings with soup and red bbq pork as well. This time it was filled with soup, and rather than having more egg noodles there were more dumplings in this bowl. The bowl was equally delicious.

Uan Bamee Giew (อ้วน บะหมี่เกี๊ยว (กวางตุ้ง) is a Bangkok street food stall that’s still doing amazing home-cooked food. They make their own egg noodles and dumplings, and the flavors are excellent. The egg noodles and dumplings were the really the best things in the bowl, and everything else was just a bonus.

Uan Bamee Giew (อ้วน บะหมี่เกี๊ยว (กวางตุ้ง)

Address: Thanon Pradipat Soi 20, Bangkok, Thailand
Open hours: 5 pm – 11 pm daily
Price: 35 Thai Baht per bowl

ที่อยู่ ถนนประดิพัทธิ์ ซอย 20 สามเสนใน พญาไท กรุงเทพมหานคร 10400
เปิดบริการทุกวัน 17.00 – 23.00 น.

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