Thong Smith is well-known for its authentic boat noodles. Boat noodles is one of Thailand’s famous noodles dishes served in a thick aromatic broth. I stumbled upon this restaurant as I was looking for a place to have dinner at the EmQuartier mall.
At Thong Smith, one can choose between pork, beef, and chicken boat noodles with the option of 3 different noodles – original rice noodles, vermicelli, and egg noodles. For those who prefer non-spicy, the chicken boat noodles are served in a clear soup. One can also choose your preferred level of spiciness.
The restaurant’s menu is attractive, with enticing pictures of each dish well presented, and the prices of the food were reasonable.
I love spicy food, so I ordered the beef boat noodles topped with beef slices and beef balls with the heat level – medium (quite spicy). The broth was thick with a great balance of flavors- tangy, sweet, spicy, and savory.
The wontons were fried to a crispy golden brown perfection. Crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. Scrumptious!
The pandan noodles with coconut milk is very similar to a dessert back home (Malaysia) called Cendol, which is one of my favorite Malaysian desserts. I was overjoyed when I saw this on the menu. It was the perfect dessert to soothe the tongue after the spicy bowl of noodles.
Roselle juice 69THB
Crispy pork and shrimp wontons 100THB
Beef boat noodles with beef slices and beef balls 149THB
Pandan noodles with coconut milk 79THB
Thong Smith Siamese Boat Noodles
Opening hours: Daily 10:00 a.m – 22:00 p.m
Address: Seventh floor of the Helix Building at EmQuartier