Thai Chicken Noodles (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวไก่) – Thai Street Food Bicycle in Bangkok!

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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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Salaine Yasmin says:

Are you all hungry??…… lets plan a trip to Thai.

lil lena lietz says:

This bowl of noodles with all the dress up looks so scrumptious!!!!!

alan loquay says:

"Liquishy, Natural, Herby Sweetness" – Mark Wiens

Moore John says:

Hi Mark, I love to watch your videos especially while I m having the lunch. I would like to give you advice as your fun, please don't eat too much spicy food. I ate like you in the past, then I got a disease (may be it is related or not) that made me can't eat spicy food anymore. Even small seeds or parts of grained chili get into my mouth, i feel like the whole body is burning and tons of swat r comming out at the back of my head. Sometimes I can't even open my mouth. Then, I need to take a medicine for the whole life to reduce the symptoms. So please don't do it. Cheers 🙌

Dhrubajyoti Bhattacharjee says:

Mark… Did you ever tried eating Bhut Jolokia of North East India? If you didn't you can give it a try..

Asaph Vapor says:

Wow looks so delicious! Yummy the chilli!!

Sultan Ahmed says:

Ur a little too happy. Ur the type of person that would stay happy of someone stole some thing from u

BIGBANG Songs says:

I envy you, what do you do to get money to travel so much?

Aditya Sharma says:

I need something to eat. Aaarghh

MrRza956 says:

Man They Should Have These Types of Food In Texas. I Love How Mark Reaction of Every Bite.

Mary Reynolds says:

I often see people say something about how Mark can put so much in his mouth..well, if you look around, watch others on his vids, everyone I see does the same. It's so they get the taste of everything together, as it is made for that. I would do the same.

android gamer says:

Itni gandi phir aur bhi gandi shakal bana raha ha suer

mrackelito1 says:

Im going to Bangkok the in about 1 week, anyone knows if this place is still there? Me and my friend really wants to try it

Elsie Spingath says:

He is eating the raw bitter melon like a boss!!

Dan Becker says:

I understand why they do not have knives in Bangkok. Almost everything is cooked in the soup.

Dan Becker says:

Wiens face …… Unbelievable ….I'm afraid that one day his eyes will come out of his head .. Hahaha ..

Adrian Denila says:

Still yummy!!!

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