VIDEO: Pad See Ew – Thai Noodles You’ll Love!

 

In Thailand, there are a number of famous fried noodle dishes like Pad Thai and Pad See Ew. In this video I head to a local Bangkok neighborhood restaurant to order a freshly prepared plate of pad see ew.

Isn’t she an amazing cook!?

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Comments

  1. says

    I made it my mission to learn how to make this dish, and it’s actually pretty easy. Not that it’ll be as amazing as this lady’s, but it’ll do. The hard part is just finding the noodles and the dark soy sauce, and the rest is easy to find. It’s a great recipe to learn, since it’s relatively quick and easy, and turns out great.

  2. says

    I don’t recall trying Pad See Ew, great combo and cooking method. For me, the deep, dark, green kale really balances and compliments both the noodles and pork. I love how the eggs blend into everything almost instantly when the heat is so high.

  3. says

    Hands down, my favorite dish in Thailand! So simple yet so good!
    I’m yet to have a pad see ew that doesn’t taste great – it’s always a bit different depending where you eat it, but so far it’s always been so good too!

    • says

      Hey Mark, thank you for watching. I actually don’t even know exactly where it is as my wife brought me here and it was just a small neighborhood eatery. But you’ll find many similar places throughout the city.

    • says

      Hey Mike, I’m going to go back here in a couple days and get the exact location. When I went last time I forgot to mark down where I was. It’s very near the Mahasin Market on Suk Soi 101/1. I’ll get the details to you soon!

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