Food Chen Long Boat Noodle

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Prestigious Chen Long Boat Noodle restaurant is located not far away from Central Hadyai Shopping Center. The unmissable offering is the signature braised beef boat noodle: smooth and elastic noodles in silky rich soup with juicy and crispy braised beef and fresh vegetables. The noodle brings a marvelous and enduring aftertaste into your mouth, which makes you linger over and let time slip away…into an unforgettable memory.

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Food Korn Mee Kai

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Korn Mee Kai has long-cherished fame and is well-loved for its tasty noodle: long and springy noodles in silky rich soup with juicy grilled chicken and fresh vegetables. All four components contrast and complement each other, bring out the best of each other, offering an impressive unique taste, which cannot help stopping it. That’s the flavor, which most people sing their praises for, and wish they could eat more!

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Food MEE TON PHO (Bhodi Tree Noodle)

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This is an old and famous Hokkien shop at Phuket clock circle. It’s hot, smokey and crowded, but their yellow Hokkien noodles dishes are worth a stop, don’t hesitate to order some Satay while waiting. ‘Mee Hokkien Pad’ is their famous stir-fried noodle with seafood. Say ‘Pi-Set’ for a larger bowl, and ‘Sai Khai’ to top the noodle with an egg. ‘Laad Naa’ is the fried noodle in slimy sauce. ‘Moo Satay’ (Pork Satay) are sold by stick but people usually order by 10 (‘Sib Mai’ is ten sticks) ✩ Exactly at the Phuket clock circle, next to the Chinese shrine.

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Food KO BENZ

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Serving great noodle soups using… Instant Noodles! as well as some amazing porridge. Half the restaurant is full before they even can take the first order, so get ready to wait, but it’s worth it! Another strange thing: The shop opens according to the moon calendar! So it is for us hard to predict what are the chances to eat there… and yet we drive all the way to see ‘if it’s open’. Try: ‘Mama Moo Sap’ the famous noodle with mama instant noodle ,‘Woonsen Moo Sap’ (with glass noodles) ‘Khao Tom Haeg’ (Porridge with pork chop plus crispy pork)

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