If eating oozing soft boiled eggs over noodles at 4 am is appealing to you, Ko Boo Rossing Noodle (ร้านโกบู้รสซิ่ง) is a Bangkok street food stall you’re going to want to take note of.

But don’t worry… they’re open 24 hours a day, so you can come here anytime — even if you’re not a night owl!

Watch the video

If you have a few minutes, first press play to watch the full video experience of eating these noodles:

(Or you can watch the video on YouTube here)

Ko Boo Rossing Noodle (ร้านโกบู้รสซิ่ง) – the kitchen

Ko Boo Rossing Noodle (ร้านโกบู้รสซิ่ง) – Bangkok Street Food

Wisarut, a Thai friend of mine, recommended that I needed to try Ko Boo Rossing Noodle (ร้านโกบู้รสซิ่ง) for the tom yum noodles and especially for their soft boiled eggs.

So I was excited when I had a chance to eat here. My wife and I went for lunch… not at 4 am like I would have loved to a few years ago.

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The kitchen is stocked full of tom yum noodle seasonings

This Bangkok street food stall is located in Bang Kapi and more specifically Khlong Chan (คลองจั่น). You can see all the details about the location on the map at the bottom of this blog post.

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Seating area at Ko Boo Rossing Noodle (ร้านโกบู้รสซิ่ง)

One of the coolest things I immediately loved about Ko Boo Rossing Noodle (ร้านโกบู้รสซิ่ง) street food stall is that it is laid back.

I loved the seating arrangements and especially the kitchen with all the noodle assembling ingredients placed around the boiling cauldron of soup.

Ko Boo Rossing Noodle (ร้านโกบู้รสซิ่ง) serves Thai tom yum noodles, very street food style. So they aren’t fancy like the bowl at P’Aor.

But you can still choose your type of noodle preference, and customize your bowl of noodles as you like.

Thai tom yum noodles
Tom yum noodles with soup

Special sized, rice noodles (เส้นเล็กน้ำต้มยำพิเศษไข่2ฟอง)

Starting off with my wife’s bowl of noodles.

She ordered the special sized bowl, with medium sized rice noodles, soup within, and 2 soft boiled eggs, with all the other fixings (sen lek tom yum pisayt kai 2 fawng เส้นเล็กน้ำต้มยำพิเศษไข่2ฟอง).

I had a quick taste of her bowl of noodles, which was good, but I’ll explain more about my bowl.

Egg noodles and soft boiled eggs (บะหมี่แห้งต้มยำพิเศษไข่2ฟอง)

Special, egg noodles (บะหมี่แห้งต้มยำพิเศษไข่2ฟอง)

I ordered the special sized egg noodles, dry with soup on the side, and 2 soft boiled eggs with all the seasonings (bamee haeng tom yum pisayt kai 2 fawng บะหมี่แห้งต้มยำพิเศษไข่2ฟอง).

The egg noodles themselves were not as good or fresh tasting to me one of my favorite Bangkok egg noodle spots.

But what Ko Boo Rossing Noodle (ร้านโกบู้รสซิ่ง) really excels in is all the toppings they add to your bowl of noodles, and their outrageously perfect soft boiled eggs.

Price – 60 THB ($1.70) for my bowl of noodles

soft boiled eggs
Make sure you watch the video to see all the oozing action

Along with a duo of soft boiled eggs, my bowl of tom yum noodles came with bean sprouts, chili jam, green onions, pork meatballs, lots of crushed peanuts, and a sprinkle of sugar (which I could have done without).

The taste was very nutty, sweet, and salty. It was a little sweet for me (next time I will ask them to omit the sugar in my bowl).

But let’s get back to the egg…

You’ll have to watch the video to get all the oozing action. But the soft boiled eggs that ooze all over the noodles is the real highlight of eating at Ko Boo Rossing Noodle (ร้านโกบู้รสซิ่ง). Check out this tutorial if you want to make perfect soft boiled eggs.

Thai pork satay (หมูสะเต๊ะ)

Moo satay (หมูสะเต๊ะ)

At Ko Boo Rossing Noodle (ร้านโกบู้รสซิ่ง) they also serve Thai pork satay (moo satay หมูสะเต๊ะ).

It was alright, not out of your way delicious, but worth getting an order to add to your noodle meal experience.

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Ko Boo Rossing Noodle (ร้านโกบู้รสซิ่ง)


Ko Boo Rossing Noodle (ร้านโกบู้รสซิ่ง) is a Bangkok street food stall that’s open 24 hours a day and serves tom yum noodles.

The noodles are very nutty, sweet and salty, and the highlight of eating here are the unbelievable soft boiled eggs that you’ll get on top of your noodles.

Come at 4 am or 4 pm for a satisfying bowl of street food tom yum noodles in Bangkok.

Ko Boo Rossing Noodle (ร้านโกบู้รสซิ่ง)

Address: 8 Thanon Songkhro, Khlong Chan, Bang Kapi, Bangkok
Open hours: Open 24 hours – one of the best things about this street food stall
Phone: 085-1808150
Price: 60 THB ($1.70) for my bowl of noodles

ที่อยู่ 8 ถนน ศรีบูรพา คลองจั่น บางกะปิ กรุงเทพ
เปิดบริการ24 ชั่วโมง
โทร. 085-1808150

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  • Valentin C

    3 years ago

    Hello Mark,

    Hope you and the family are well..!
    I’m heading to Bangkok, Thailand this Saturday dec 2. For the last few days I’ve been watching all of your videos of were to eat. Do you know if this noodle place is still open..? Let me know please. Hope to see you on the streets ; )

    Kindest regards,


  • Rasa

    3 years ago

    Hi Mark,
    As a huge fan of โกบู้รสซิ่ง, I would like to suggest that you should stir your egg mixing the egg yolk with the noodle. The taste will be alot diffrent (these work for ก๋วยเตี๋ยวแห้ง)

  • Michelle

    4 years ago

    Hi Mark, I am visiting Bangkok next month, would like to know if they are still there since most of the street food are no longer operating. Appreciate if you can let me know please. Thanks

    • Chatcai

      3 years ago

      It is no longer serving, the owner was sent to prison couple of months ago.

  • Joyce

    4 years ago

    How can I tell them, “No nuts and no sugar”? Thank you!

  • Damien

    4 years ago

    Looks good… do they have anything other than pork? Chicken or fish?

    • Mark Wiens

      4 years ago

      Hey Damien, they have some type of jungle bird, but nothing too exotic.

  • Joycelyn Ng

    4 years ago

    How do I get to this place from Glow Pratunam?

    • Mark Wiens

      4 years ago

      Hey Joycelyn, the easiest way will be by taxi or uber, might take about 1 – 1.5 hours depending on traffic.

  • Steve Forbes

    4 years ago

    Hey Mark, this one has my mouth watering! I’m going to have to spend a couple of weeks in Bangkok next time I’m there so that I have enough time to experience all the wonderful restaurants you have been writing (vlogging) about lately! Thanks, .. your local insight and engaging delivery make you a must watch for my wife and me. Cheers Steve

    • Mark Wiens

      4 years ago

      Hey Steve, thank you very much, that’s a great idea. Thank you for your support.

  • pam

    4 years ago

    Hi could you do a recipe on these noodles it looks amazing !

    • Mark Wiens

      4 years ago

      Hey Pam, thank you very much, ok will try to!

  • Maturos

    4 years ago

    This looks absolutely amazing! Will need stop by there when I’m back in Thailand. Thanks for sharing!!

  • GAN

    4 years ago

    Hello.. Mark.. Its so amazing for all the videos that u have made and created for all of us.. thank you so much for sharing… Btw, i am so welcome you to visit INDONESIA ( Jakarta or Bali island ) .. maybe , i can guide you .. Mark.. it will be my pleasure.. Oya, Mark pls kindly reply and share me by email when u have great more places for hunting foods like night market in Bangkok ? since , i will visit there on March 30… thanks, Mark.. and 1 more time : WELCOME TO INDONESIA ???????????? KopKhunKhap????

    • Mark Wiens

      4 years ago

      Hi Gan, great to hear from you, thank you very much. I would love to visit Indonesia again, thank you for the invitation!

  • Ed W.

    4 years ago


  • Psychoprissy

    4 years ago

    Looks soo yummy. I would love to try Thai food one day. At my workplace, there are some Thai people and for lunch they always bring soo many wonderful foods. I love watching your videos too.

    • Mark Wiens

      4 years ago

      Thank you very much. Great to hear that, hope you can try it soon!