Thai Muslim Halal Food at Yusup Pochana (ยูซุปโภชนา)

Thai Muslim Halal Food at Yusup Pochana (ยูซุปโภชนา)

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Yusup Pochana (ยูซุปโภชนา) is located about 15 minutes north of the Chatuchak area of Bangkok, so it’s a little out of the way… but let me tell you that it’s well worth the effort to eat there. This, in my opinion, is one of the best restaurants in Bangkok that serves Thai Muslim Halal food. The menu includes many of the classic Thai Muslim dishes like Thai biryani, goat curries, rotis, curry noodles, and an assortment of other amazing things.

When I sat down at Yusup Pochana (ยูซุปโภชนา) I was so excited I could hardly contain myself. First things first, we began with a Mataba pla (มะตะบะปลา), which is basically a roti pancake filled with a mixture of egg, fish, and spices, then fried in hot oil until golden brown and slightly crispy on the outside. The mataba is then sliced into bite sized pieces and eaten along with a sauce that includes cucumber and red onions in a sweet vinegar.

But the most popular dish at Yusup Pochana (ยูซุปโภชนา), and a well known Thai Muslim Halal favorite, is the khao mok, or the Thai style of rice biryani. There are a number of different choices when it comes to Thai biryani, and we order the beef, mutton, and chicken versions. The rice came in a huge pile on the plate, a pile of yellow spiced rice with a hunk of meat hiding below, all topped with fried shallots and served with a minty fresh sauce on the side. All three versions were amazing, but I’d have to give it up for the Khao mok neua (biryani with beef ข้าวหมกเนื้อ). It came with an impressive hunk of beef topped with a mound of rice, and that beef was fall apart tender.

At Yusup Pochana (ยูซุปโภชนา) we also ordered a number of soups and noodles, like the Kuay teow kaeng gai (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวแกงไก่), curry noodles with chicken, and the Soup neua (ซุปเนื้อ) — Thai beef soup. Both were pretty good, but the curry noodles were a little on the sweet side for me. The beef soup on the other hand was outstanding, with huge chunks of beef and fragrant broth. But even the Thai biryani could not stand up to the next few dishes I ordered, the Kaeng kari gai (กะหรี่ไก่) or yellow chicken curry, and the award winner of the meal, the Kuruma peh (กุรุหม่าแพะ), or curried goat. I can honestly say it was one of the top Thai dishes I’ve ever eaten in my life. It was a blend of cuisines, sort of a mixture of Thailand, Indian, and Burmese flavors, all wrapped into a hunk of fall apart tender goat on the bone. I honestly could hardly believe myself as I took a bite of the goat curry, it was absolutely sensational!

If you’re looking for an amazing Thai Muslim Halal food restaurant in Bangkok, Yusup Pochana (ยูซุปโภชนา) is your place to go. It may be a bit of a taxi ride from where you are, but once you taste the food, you’ll be amazed, and you might even come back the next day for another meal!

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  1. Han Byul says:

    that faces he makes !!!! omg sooo soo cute wanna pinch his cheeks ?, as long as you are a food lover u should come to Kurdistan one day we have the best food to satisfy every taste

  2. cabritorsss says:

    My cousin used to have a monkey that made faces like that

  3. wan asma v says:

    You got a new subscriber today! Like your curiousity to explore & tasted hidden real good good anywhere in the gastronomy universe!

  4. Dato Ahmad says:

    where is this located…i try to find but only can find it around surawong

  5. mahmud c says:

    If its not Halal I'm not eating it!!!

  6. Herepo Amuketi says:

    even though I don't like anything to do with goat or any sheep I do like chicken and fish

  7. Mohammad Imtiaz says:

    It's halal only if the animal is slaughtered by saying Allah u Akbar. Otherwise it's not. So you have to say it B4 u slaughter the halal animal. When you start any kind of work u take the name of Allah. For example, Allahu Akbar, Bismillah, Bismillaher Rahmanir Rahim. He should send me those food. Now, I feel hungry.

  8. Sheldon Miller says:

    2:03 for sound fx, also press 4 repeatedly. Love your videos btw, I'm glad you seem to enjoy it so much, it looks delicious!

  9. Imran Khan says:

    don't to that please

  10. Sabri Sabri says:

    alamat tempat restoren bangkok kt mana

  11. Sabri Sabri says:

    alamat tempat restoren bangkok kt mana

  12. Omar Oleiwi says:

    he speak thai with his wife

  13. gk891 says:

    I wish this type of cuisine was more readily available in Canada. Looks amazing.

  14. Zainalabidinhmdaud Hmdaud says:

    more on halal food plz. abu ibrahim infront of pradipat hotel where i eat whenever im in bkk.