Situated west of the river on Somdet Chao Phraya Road in Bangkok, next to the beautiful Wat Phitchaya temple, Jae Pouy Kha Moo Talat Somdet – ขาหมูตลาดสมเด็จ is a small old-school shophouse that churns out plate after plate of excellent khao kha moo, to a packed crowd of locals, on a daily basis.
It gets especially busy on weekends so be prepared to queue. The khao kha moo here is less spice driven than some of the others I’ve had in Thailand, but equally delicious. The sauce is extremely rich and soy sauce-heavy. They also serve excellent braised pork intestines and surprisingly good stewed tofu.
Here’s a map and opening hours for Pork Leg Stew Talat Somdet:
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