Food Photo: Thai Kuay Jab Noodle Soup (ก๋วยจั๊บน้ำข้น)

By Mark Wiens 3 Comments
Kuay Jab (ก๋วยจั๊บน้ำข้น)
Kuay Jab (ก๋วยจั๊บน้ำข้น)

Kuay Jab (ก๋วยจั๊บน้ำข้น) is one of the speciality noodle soup dishes in Thailand. From Yaowarat to Victory Monument (where you can get Bangkok’s fastest street food), a select few vendors serve this porky favorite.

The noodles are rolled into hand rolled cigarette looking shapes and the soup is a combination of pig intestines and blood jelly!

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  • Victor

    7 years ago


    I would love to get the recipe for this soup having trouble finding it. After watching your video I tried it and was hooked

  • Scott

    8 years ago

    Hi Mark,

    My wife took me to an amazing spot to eat Kuay Jab on the corner of Yarowat Rd and a soi (the number escapes me).

    It was the most delicious peppery broth filled with all those amazing bits of pork we all love. She thought it would be too peppery for me, but I get hungry just thinking about it.

    If you’re not sure which place I mean let me know and I will press her for details. Right next to that eatery is a lady cooking great plates of Pad Thai for 35 baht.


    • Mark Wiens

      8 years ago

      Hey Scott, thanks for sharing! I love that peppery broth. Yes, I’ve been to that place a few times… I think it’s right opposite the market lane? And they also make ‘moo satay’ right there too.