Thai Street Food: Duck Noodles & Poor Man's Foie Gras

Dwight and friends stop for street food in Bangkok and have duck noodles and lots of bonus plates, enjoy!

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This short episode takes place at Kitthi Duck Noodles on Udomsuk Road (Sukhumvit 103). The noodle shop is the third branch of the 60 year old business (the other shops are found in old Bangkok). Beyond the bowls of duck noodles or duck over rice, we challenge you have some tasty sides. This includes plates of duck feet and legs with super tender meat, and if you’re really adventurous you can try the duck intestines which are served with a tangy and spicy sauce. You can order a plate of liver, which is like a poor man’s foie gras!

Kitthi Duck Noodles – กิตติก๋วยเตี๋ยวเป็ด สาขา3
Rating: 4.5/5
Pros: Delicious, Fast, Cheap
Cons: Oily
Nearby Transit: Udomsuk BTS Skytrain Station
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Restaurant/Attraction Rating Scale:
⇒ 1-2 Below Average
⇒ 2-3 Average
⇒ 4-5 Exceptional

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