It was a beautiful Sunday morning in Bangkok, Thailand, as well as my birthday ( 10th Dec ). Me, my honey and another 4 members of my family woke up early in such fresh and cool weather in the morning, planned to go to the < Jatujak Weekend Market >. Yet we needed to take our breakfast in order to have a big effort for shopping all day long. Guess many ladies will agree with me..haha.
We were offered to take a tut tut rides by two tut tut drivers once we came out from the hotel, which would bring us in two tut tut to take a breakfast, send us to the tailor's shop ( my cousin coupe wanted to make some clothes ), and ultimately send us to < Jatujak Weekend Market > at only THB 300 for 2 tut tut, it was so worthy ( However at the end we gave them THB 400 instead of THB 300, due to their good services ).
Here we go...The tut tut's driver started to ride us to the great Kuay Teow Moo (Pork Kuay Teow Soup) requested by us.
Despite it was a sunny day, but the weather didn't cause me a single bread of sweat...It was simply perfectly dry & cool enough for outing the entire day.
From the rear ^^
The driver was a funny, talkative and nice guy, he said this was his part time job, and he was graduated from university as well. What a surprise!
Yes, we had reached at a roadside stall selling Kuay Teow Moo which recommended by the the tut tut's driver. It looks simple & unobtrusive alongside the small alley somewhere I don't know its name ( Tut tut's driver did tell us, but I couldn't remember ).
Ordering our specific type of noodles and ingredients as well.
The stall is named in Thai, so authentic..I always love every authentic stuff regardless of any country I travel to...
Various noodles to be chosen...
All about moo (pork)...but I strictly don't want viscera >.<
Mmmm...The condiments on the table increases the great tastes of Kuay Teow Moo, I love chili powder, extremely hot & spicy!
Me & my Kuay Teow Moo...
The portion of Kuay Teow Moo was very small indeed, however is suitable for ladies or anyone who always has light breakfast. My honey wasn't quite enough with this portion. ^^
Two different variety of noodles...I rather love the bottom one. ^^
Plain iced water, always the greatest drink when comes along with the spicy foods as Kuay Teow Moo...
Despite the stall looks so old & inconspicuous, but I love its atmosphere of so authentic with the cool breeze & fresh air in the morning. Apart from that, the food was unbelievable great & yummy-licious. This was my very first time to have Kuay Teow Moo which recommended by my cousin, and surprisingly it didn't fail me at all. Its taste totally not in the least compares with all those I had in some sort of grander shopping malls henceforth. Moreover it's more cheaper than that. My little advise is, when you are in Bangkok wakeup with not knowing what to eat nor where to find good authentic foods, please do not hesitate to require from the tut tut's driver and ask them to bring you there ( not recommended for the single lady though ). They might be willing to wait for you to have your meal and sending you to your next destination as well. However please ask for the price and negotiate before taking the ride.