Sunday, September 04, 2011

A breakfast of duck kuey teow at Otoko market

Bangkok, Otoko market, duck kuey teow
This was a real breakfast of braised duck rice noodles that we got in the morning. Not the type that we normally grab during lunch because we didn't wake up early enough for a real one. For 50 baht, it was a relatively cheap. The portions were pretty small as well. Gotta admit it was quite good though. It came with cubes of duck blood. This was one of those things we saw people eating around at the market and it didn't take us too long to decide to get us a bowl.

Their kuey teow was a little chewy that I had initially mistaken them for a thinner version of mee pok. The broth was a mix of sweet and savoury with an umami depth. If that made sense. All in all, a comforting breakfast that we didn't expect to find. This market will be location marked for returns.

Bangkok, Otoko market, duck kuey teow stall

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