The streets of Ubonratchathani are just the place to find many popular Thai foods. One of these streets, “Guay Jub” is still a genuine Thai neighbourhood. Guay Jub is also a popular dish adapted from Vietnam and using Thai rice flour noodles. But unlike the Vietnamese version the Thai noodles have a rounded edge and are soft and a bit sticky. Different places in Guay Jub have several tastes and the unique flavour are due to the use of some special ingredients from Local area. Guay Jub always served with special pork sausage call “Moo Yor” that you can find only in Ubonratchathani. The black pepper used comes with the essential pork is tenderised by a long careful cooking process, slowly simmering until it easily falls off the bone. But the variation is mostly about the toppings, some people order with mushrooms and a delicious Soft-boiled eggs on top. The delicious broth is sprinkled with fried shallots, onion and parsley. The Soup thickens slightly during the cooking process. Each dish is cooked one by one along with your choice of different toppings, meaning you get an absolutely spot on flavour.
Guay Jub restaurants are always a busy place with a high turnover of eager costumers, which guarantees fresh ingredient. But perhaps you can’t find a Thai restaurant that serves this wonderful dish, and you have no time or patience to recreate the cooking process yourself at home.