Kuwayjap in Chiang mai
I love Chiang Mai, Thailand. This is because Chiang Mai is a place where you can find traces of history and culture and eat delicious Northern Thai food. When I first visited Thailand, I couldn’t eat Thai food. This is because the smell of the vegetable called cilantro was too bad.
As the number of visits increased, it became possible to eat cilantro, but I still don’t like it. Kuwayjap is the same food as Korean sujebi. It is a soup dish made by cutting the dough of wide rice noodles into a circle. Although it is not high in calories, it contains a variety of ingredients such as pork, sunji, eggs, and intestines, so you can eat a full meal.
This food costs 40-45 baht per meal and is also a common menu item in Thai restaurants. The ingredients for Sujebi in Korea include flour dough, anchovy broth, potatoes, and green onions, but it is difficult to see such boring food in Thailand, which is summer all year round.
Since the noodles are rich in meat, fish paste, and vegetables, I think it can be eaten continuously for a long time. My Thai friend told me that Kuwayjap is a food that you will not get tired of eating every day. When I stayed in Thailand, there are many cases where lunch is served with Kuwayjap.
If you’re looking for a quick lunch break in Thailand, try Kuwayjap. I think it will be a very friendly taste for Koreans, Japanese, Chinese and Asians. It’s delicious for Westerners too, so give it a try. Then have a nice day again. (Home)