Time Out says
The famous noodle house takes stand-alone residency in Saladaeng
We love Hung Sen for the right reasons: the restaurant has been saving shoppers at CentralWorld from sad-looking mall fare, offering reasonably priced and boldly flavored bowls of steaming noodle soup for years. And now, we even have more reason to love it: Hung Sen has put up a stand-alone shop on Saladaeng Soi 1, serving the area’s office workers and residents its beloved signatures.
The restaurant’s wide selection of noodles dishes includes specialties from all across the country, from Sukhothai noodles with chili powder, ground peanuts and string beans (option to add Kurobota pork slices), to creamy khao soi from the north.
Looking to attract a new set of diners, the noodle parlor has expanded its menu, offering more northeastern fare and a long list of vegetarian offerings. Try the Hung Sen Vegetarian Set (BXX), which includes sweet som tum (prepared with soy sauce instead of fish sauce), fried mushrooms, tofu steak and vermicelli.
Soi Saladaeng 1
Rama 4 Road
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 11:00-21:30, Sat-Sun 11:30-21:30|