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Lemon Soup Noodles In Bangkok

I don't mind going to Bangkok again and again if I have the chance.... main attraction is not so much on the sight seeing but for the capital F again... FOOD!   My main motive will Food and Shopping!  I am sure many of you will agree with me here... Thai food suits me, much more than Japanese, Korean or Vietnamese...  Given a choice, I will anytime opt for Thai food anytime!  How about you?
The Thai Food Court just a short distance away from the hotel... 
Less than 5 minutes walk ... 
This is my favourite stall.... 
Anyone knows how to read the words here?
All I know is one bowl is either 40 bahts and 45 bahts... LOL....
I remember coming by this stall for a few mornings in a row ... 
Just look at the condiments!
So much to choose from and they are so clean and neat.... 
I ended up putting in 2 or 3 tablespoon of Lemon Juice into the bowl of noodles..
Everything in it, I LIKE especially the Lemon Soup...
Very appetizing.... 
Finished to the last drop!


Comments

  1. I doubt anyone will scoop in some sugar >_<"

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  2. Ken, not so sure.. salt, sugar or MSG? :)

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  3. yum..I like this type of meehoon soup..

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  4. the soup noodles looks nice!! and I wonder how it would taste if you put a little but of every condiments into your noodles?? haha, must be interesting taste~~ :D

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  5. agnes: simple and yet nice!



    sk: i dare not try then cos i was coughing a bit then... :)

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  6. This lemon soup looks like the best food you have ever shown, also very close to our soups here!

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  7. Bangkok, a heaven for food and shopping. That bowl of noodles looks good. Skuroooo!....

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  8. Ahhhh...I have two packets of chili & lime instant noodles from Singapore - now I've an idea how it should be served. Hehehehehe!!!

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  9. ginny: it is appetizing!


    irene: yes, even a bowl of noodles tastes good!


    stp: how come you always have all the unique packet noodles?? U must show it... will ask son to get them if they are good!

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  10. Planning in progress for my November getaway to BKK...

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  11. TZ: Remember to put lemon! hahaha...


    Sharon: High 5!

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  12. I want to go but couldn't find the time.

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  13. Lemon soup, something new to me, but must be very appetising!

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  14. as usual, another appetizing post anyway, i'm sorry if i can't comment that often as of the moment its just that im quite busy nowadays

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  15. wenn: Yeah.. i understand your situation. :)


    hayley: yes, i love the sourish and yet not spicy taste...


    mecoy: no problem.. feel free to drop by anytime!

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  16. Agree with SK just try semua taruh haha

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  17. where is this place??? Pls. provide name of your hotel where u stay so that can go check it out.

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  18. bananaz: so adventurous ah!!


    anonymous: May I know who you are before I disclose name? thanks!

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  19. Lemon Soup sounds real good! Would certainly love to try......

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  20. It seems that everyone loves Thai food more than others too. Thailand is a haven for shopping, eating and massage. All happy lah!

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  21. Is the lemon soup refreshing? The noodle looks good!

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