Heng Chun Seng – Hidden Find! Beef Noodles in a Thai Hotpot!
One of the things that you have to try on the streets of Bangkok is Thai Beef Noodles, especially the one from Heng Chun Seng. At the front of the shop, there exists a large fire pot filled with beef parts swimming in a broth. The pot sits over burning charcoal for hours. Inside the fire pot, you’ll find an exotic mix of beef entrails such as liver, intestines, spleen and even tongue!
While the shop appears to be known for its Thai Beef Hotpot, we ordered the Thai Beef Noodles Soup (50/60/70 THB) instead as it was really early in the morning. From the large fire pot, the chef will scoop out a ladleful of beef broth and parts, and pour it over a carb of your choice. Options include rice and egg noodles. Although you can roughly identify the beef parts that you’re eating from what is listed on the menu, there are some unrecognisable parts… So, good luck!
The clear broth echoed sweet and savoury notes that are probably derived from the mix of beef innards. Take the broth to the next level by pairing it with condiments that can be found at the side of the table. Trust us, it will taste so much better! You might want to try telling the waiter “Kway Teow Neu-a-wua (Kway Teow Beef)” if they do not understand ‘beef noodles”, or you can always point at the menu.
If the beef noodles aren’t enough, you can always order Thai Pork Satay from a stall nearby. We’re pretty sure that the beef noodles will suffice. Do let us know how the Thai Beef Hotpot fares!
MissTamChiak.com made anonymous visit and paid its own meal at the stall featured here.
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