Imagine local Kway Chap but the Kway is rolled up into tiny curls and soaked in a peppery broth instead of being braised. Yes this is Thai Kway Chap.

A serving of the Kway is $3 and you can order separately roast pork, fried tofu, deep fried pork intestines, fish meat Lap Cheong, vegetables all between $6 to $10. Quite pricy.

Their milk tea, both the original and the green milk tea are very legit Thai style so be sure to order.

I still prefer the local version of Kway Chap but don’t mind trying this again but in Bangkok when travel resumes.