Noodle Soup @ The Blue Umbrella

Noodles are a great breakfast meal, as they aren't too heavy and they are quick to order. I like the yellow noodles (ba mee), as they are slightly thicker and have an almost spaghetti texture. I like plenty of moo daeng in there and if the minced pork is good quality, I'll take a load of that too. I will, however, steer well clear of luk chin. The almost plastic meat/fish balls that make their way into so many Thai meals.

This little morning noodle cart is ideal as it delivers on all fronts. The bowl is massive, the noodles are good, the meat is lean and tasty (especially their moo daeng), and it's dirt cheap - 25 Baht for a bowl. I order to take away and they use a relatively low plastic bag count (only 6).

It is situated next to the skate park opposite the vocational girl's college and Anuban School on Phon Saen Road on the northern moat of the old town. They are open from 8am until 3pm, though they may close any time after 2pm if they are sold out by then.


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