My girlfriend and I have launched a noodle restaurant at our home since August 2017. We'll take you to shop at a wet market in the morning to cook lunch together! I'll teach you how to cook a hot, home-cooked noodle soup, Thai style!
Meet up at BTS Station (Wongwian Yai)
Discuss about today's plan, then head to Wongwian Yai Market to buy ingredients for our cooking session to meet your needs for lunch. The thought of it is already making me hungry!
Return to our restaurant. Then, let's have light breakfast and discuss more about our plans together for the cooking session!
Let's cook Thai food which can be cooked easily at home such as:
- Deep Fried Pork with Black Peppers
- Stir Fried Pork with Basil Leaves
- Thai Spicy Tom Yum Soup with Shrimp
- Thai Chicken & Onion soup
- Thai Green & Red Curry
And of course, noodles!
Enjoy our cooked meal and local desserts, which are plentiful around our local market
Send you to BTS Wongwian Yai. Until next time!
Vegetarian Food Available
Transportation fares are included.
Admission fees are included.
Meals are excluded
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Why this trip?
This trip is very flexible and common simple for tourist who would love to know how to run a noodle restaurant plus a Thai cooking class which allow you to cook it at home !
Things to prepare for the trip
Don't eat much in your early morning, We will walk and find some good local food back home then cook it together.
- Wongwian Yai
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Korbchai picked me up at my hotel promptly at 8:00 a.m. He provided a helmet & pillion. He'd equipped both helmets with Blue Tooth so that we could easily communicate as he drove. My first impression of him was that he is a very gentle & kind man. Since I hadn't eaten breakfast, he took me to a popular local place where I had khao man gai. Later in the day, he had me try two Thai desserts while I drank oleang. For lunch we stopped at a restaurant for fried rice, fresh vegetables and tom you goong. All meals were kindly provided by him. Our first site was Wat Pak Nam, where we wandered through the museum and saw the interior of the temple. We also saw a few other temples that were next to Wat Pak Nam. The next stop was the artist community by the river. We continued on to a fortress on Butterfly Island, a ship used in battle and to another temple where people make merit by feeding the fish. Throughout the day, he explained many things about Thai food and religion, as well as other aspects of the culture. He is very flexible in regards to your plans as to what you would like to see. He also took many photos of me, which he sent to me within an hour of dropping me off. It was a long, full day of activity, and I would like to reiterate that Korbchai is a very nice man.
March 12, 2018
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