Snooping in a Duck Restaurant

A short walk from the Phahon Yothin MRT subway station is this delicious roast duck restaurant (Ped Yang). We often pass by on our way back from Sripatum University and occasionally call in for a bowl of Noodle Soup (Kuey Teow Ped) or duck on rice (Khao na Ped). Curiosity got the better of me on the last visit and I went snooping.

Chopping Ped Yang in Roast Duck Restaurant in Bangkok, Southeast AsiaPed Yang Duck Noodles, Roast Duck Restaurant in Bangkok Southeast AsiaKhao Na Ped Duck Rice, Roast Duck Restaurant in Bangkok Southeast Asia


The Back Room

Taking a sneaky peek back shop I find lines of hanging ducks. For a shop with no more than 6 small tables they sure have a lot of duck. Speaking to the owner he tells me the ducks are sold whole locally. He tells how the glazed red skin comes from the rich red marinade pictured below. The ducks are then left to hang and marinade before being put into the large metal kiln. Looking at the images I doubt this roast duck restaurant would cover Food Hygiene Regulations of the west. This obviously doesn’t deter people locally or myself.

Marinated Ducks, Roast Duck Restaurant in Bangkok, Southeast AsiaHanging Ducks, Roast Duck Restaurant in Bangkok, Southeast AsiaMarinade and Kiln, Roast Duck Restaurant in Bangkok, Southeast Asia


The Wonton Wraps

Trays of Shui Jiao Koong (shimp dumplings) are freshly made out back to be added to the Duck Noodle Soup.

Stuffed Wontons, Roast Duck Restaurant in Bangkok, Southeast Asia

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