01 The TripPacker's Review
Khao Piak Sen Soi 10
Paddling on my bike in Chiang Khan, my eyes were looking for food. After a little while, my eyes came upon a shop with piles of bowls lined in front. I knew this wasn’t going to be any ordinary noodle shop. If there were this many bowls, it meant people eat here A LOT. So as I looked for a place to put down my bike, I saw the shop sign reading “Khao Piak Soi 10”.
I walked up to the shop and looked what this place had to offer. On the menu was Khao Piak, Boiled Pig’s Blood in soup, and Congee. As I turned head around, the waitress was standing there and asked me what I wanted. Without much thought needed, I replied “Khao Piak”. “With an egg?” she asked in return. I smiled and said, “Yes”.
A few minutes after I was seated, the waitress brought over my bowl of “Khao Piak”, which looked like regular noodles in clear soup. The noodles however, were cylindrical and relatively larger/fatter than normal, and the texture was much softer. Also in the soup were pork meatballs. These meatballs were seasoned and tenderized before rolled into balls. The soup is garnished with chopped spring onions, coriander, and garlic. You can also have an egg added in, like me. The taste of the soup, the noodles, and the bite-size meatballs is really good, even without seasoning.
Although the shop says its in Soi 10, the shop is actually in between Soi 11 and 12, in front of Wat Pa Klang. If you happen to be on a bike ride and you feel the need to recharge, here is a wonderful shop you should try out.
02 General Info + How to go
Khao Piak Soi 10
|Type of food||:||Vietnam food|
|Address||:||Sri Chiang Khan Rd. Chiang Khand Loei 42110|
|Contact no.||:||085 447 3862|
|Recommented Menu||:||Khao Piak Sen (with egg 35 Baht)|
|No. of table||:||5|
|Parking space||:||In front of the restaurent|