Beach Food Paradise!! 🦑 SLIPPER LOBSTER NOODLES in Narathiwat, Deep South Thailand!

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Narathiwat (นราธิวาส), Thailand – Welcome to Thailand’s deep south, Narathiwat (นราธิวาส) is located on the East coast and border Malaysia. People are incredibly friendly, the coastline is spectacular, dotted with fishing villages, and the seafood is unimaginably fresh. In this video, we only had a short time in Narathiwat, so we went straight to eat tom yum seafood on the beach! #Narathiwat #Thailand #tomyum

Near to Narathiwat airport, there’s Ban Thon Beach, home to a number of street food shacks on the beach that serve mind blowing tom yum noodles and seafood. Actually it’s not even really called tom yum, but they mix of sour, salty, and sweet, made it taste like tom yum. They are actually chicken noodles, and they are served with a variety of seafood that you can order – everything insanely fresh – which you eat with your noodles. I’ve had many combinations of dishes, but throughout Thailand, I can’t say I’ve ever had a seafood feast with only bowls of soup noodles – no rice. It was a delicious combination and worked perfectly.

Along with our bowls of chicken noodles, we had fish, ultra fresh squid, crab, and slipper lobster – everything outstanding. All she did was boil each of the seafoods for the perfect amount of time, then sprinkle each with a dozen different seasonings, and then ladled on a scoop of soup broth to complete the tom yum sauce experience. I thought everything might be too sweet at first, but the flavor really balanced out – the taste was perfect.

300 Years Mosque (มัสยิด 300 ปี) Al-Hussein Mosque – After the beach and tom yum seafood noodles, we drove over to what’s called the 300 Years Mosque (มัสยิด 300 ปี), or better as the Al-Hussein Mosque. This original wooden mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Thailand.

Aeh Roti (แอ โรตี) – Finally to complete this street food tour in Narathiwat (นราธิวาส), Thailand we drove to the center of the city where we first enjoyed some delicious Narathiwat fish crackers, followed by local style roti and mataba. It was a perfect way to end this day of street food in Narathiwat with roti and great friends.

I loved our short trip to Narathiwat and hope to visit again in the future!

Thank you for watching and hope you’re having a fantastic day!



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