Food Trip Friday: Beef Koh Kor Noodles

On our Saturday biking trips, we usually have breakfast wherever we feel like. Several times, I would just order Beef Keuy Teuw Noodles in Clear Beef Broth Soup, but a few weeks ago, Hi-ace urged me to try the Beef Koh Kor with Keuy Teuw Noodles. I’ve tried this before, but not with noodles..

Cambodian Cuisine


I was game to try it and I loved it! I can’t begin to describe the soup, it was a bit sweet and a little spicy plus the beef was so tender! It was also served with fresh monggo sprouts and more servings of chili. I can’t believe I slurped all that in less than 5 minutes (I’m a slow eater..) and I’m counting the days when I could have it again…


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  2. kayni

    April 23, 2010 at 8:03 pm

    yum, this looks really good. recently, i’ve started liking spicy noodles/soup, which i didn’t like before. happy friday!

  3. Luna Miranda

    April 23, 2010 at 8:16 pm

    looks interesting for breakfast.:p

  4. Food Trip Friday

    April 23, 2010 at 8:24 pm

    I love the bean sprout salad!!!
    *sorry with the first comment*

  5. tatess

    April 23, 2010 at 9:38 pm

    your breakfast looks yummylicious.

  6. shydub

    April 24, 2010 at 3:42 am

    Bago nanaman sa paningin ko. dami talagang masasarap na food sa FTF.

  7. Clarissa

    April 24, 2010 at 10:07 am

    Interesting!!Would love to try anything new to me!!

  8. We Ate This!

    April 24, 2010 at 5:25 pm

    Ayy, paborito rin namin ni Rob ang kuy tiew, or kway teuw (whatever! haha, hirap i-spell ang pangalan), for breakfast. We, Rob especially, learned to love this noodle soup when we were both working in Kep. Every morning, we go to this quaint roadside restaurant and order a steaming bowl of kuy tiew and finish the breakfast off with an ice-cold kafe da’ko teu’ko (iced coffee with milk). Now that we’re back in the city, we eat this on weekends na lang :d

  9. bingkee

    April 24, 2010 at 7:52 pm

    So looking yummy—-if you just live nearby, I’d probably be at your house all the time—-just to eat. Hehehe

  10. Lui

    April 25, 2010 at 8:58 am

    Kayni, me too. since I moved here I got into spicy noodles and soup and now I can’t think of soup without the chili =)..
    Luna, yes it was. Nice mix of flavors and I’m looking forward to having it again.
    Z, i love the variety of soups that comes with the kway teuw here in Phnom Penh. Talagang you get to choose which one suits your palate better.. And me too, I always order cafe da’ko teuko with that too. Minsan 1 glass is not enough hehe..
    Food Trip Friday, the sprouts were nice and crunchy. I like putting it on top of the soup and soaking it a bit to blanch it. Definitely adds some crunchy texture to the noodle soup..
    Shydub, that’s why I love FTF! I get inspired to learn how to cook..
    Clarissa, you should if you’re here in Phnom Penh. Its worth the try, even more than a try..
    Bingkee, you’re welcome to join our food trips hehe. Lots of super yummy food here..

  11. Josiet

    April 25, 2010 at 3:48 pm

    Is the noodle the same as the one used in char kway teow?  Mukhang masarap yan..=)

    1. Lui

      April 25, 2010 at 3:53 pm

      masarap nga J. they use the same rice noodles as in char kway teuw though smaller yung cuts. and medyo masabaw sya as in pinagpapawisan ako when I eat it.

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