5 Delicious Noodle soups within 100m of The Content Castle
I managed to work my way down much of the menu but finally settled on my favourite. I’m sure it has a name…but I just point to the top left picture on the wall behind the counter, and that does the trick. Plump fish balls, succulent pork, a crunchy cracker of sorts plus a few sneaky bits of scrummy pork rind made my morning. Team it up with an iced coffee, and you’ll be well set til lunch time. 50 THB for the noodles and 20 THB for the coffee.
They open at about 8.30 am (ish)
Top tip: Try the iced Thai tea and/or the chocolate brownie *heart eyes*
Braised pork noodles. Absolutely scrumdidlilicious. You get a choice of noodles, and I suggest you choose the fat ones. The texture and the way they hold in the flavour is sublime.
Turn right out of the Content Castle and about 50 metres down on the other side of the road you’ll see a seafood restaurant. They don’t have it on the menu, but if you ask nicely, they’ll whip you up a pretty mean Tom Yum Goong, plain rice and a big Chang for 180 THB. Obviously, a lunch or dinner thing unless you like a bevvie for breakfast. Their seating area runs right through to the beach, so it’s nice to enjoy a meal listing to the waves lap at your feet.