Boat noodle is a rich and flavorful beef noodle soup traditionally sold from boats gliding along Bangkok’s canals as early as the 17th century. Before the days of cars and roads, Bangkok was referred to as the Venice of the East. The Chao Phraya River and canal network that branched from it stretched hundreds of kilometers—and became a major form of transportation and a marketplace—essentially the lifeline of Bangkok. Boat noodle vendors were said to have paddled up to bridges, houses, or places where people gathered along the banks of the canal, made the noodles in the boat, and served it from the boat. Today, many Bangkok canals have been drained or filled to make roads, and boat noodle vendors are forced into shop houses along streets and the countryside. Come try our family's version on the streets of Los Angeles.
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