Urai Stewed Goose Bangkok Chinatown
This is something new we discovered in Bangkok Chinatown as recommended by our friends in Tourism Authority of Thailand. Stewed duck is a common food in Chinese community around the world but stewed goose is something rare that we never tasted even in Malaysia. When we found out that there is one little restaurant in Bangkok Chinatown selling stewed goose, we went there to check it out as we were staying there. The name of the restaurant is called Urai or Urai Han Pa lo.
There is very least information about Urai stewed goose as it is popular with locals and it is not well known to tourists. There are no foreign food blog talks about this place so we are the first few blogs that recommend this restaurant.
Urai Stewed Goose is located 935 Songwad Road, Samphathawong and it is near the Yaowarat Road Bangkok Chinatown and slightly further than the Wat Mangkon MRT Station.
Urai Stewed Goose opens at 9.30 am and the restaurant was already packed around 9 am. We got ourselves a table and waited with the other customers, mostly locals. The waitress will pass us the menu and take our order.
Sharp at 9.30 am, the owner starts to cut and serve the goose. You can tell he has been doing this for years as he shows his cutting skills.
The small plate is 120 THB, Medium Plate is 250 THB and Large Plate is 400 THB. We ordered the small portion for 120 THB. To be honest, order the Medium Plate for two persons.
The stewed goose looks amazing. Look at the cut, the texture and the how it plated nicely. The texture of the stewed goose is tender and the taste is spot on, not too greasy and well blended with the light soy sauce. Remember to complement it with the chili sauce for the acidic taste.
The reason why it is hard to find stewed goose is the cost of the goose is way expensive than duck. Thus, the texture and taste of the goose is better than duck when you cook it right. That is the reason why we always prefer roast goose than roast duck.
Urai Stewed Goose is something unique you must taste in Bangkok Chinatown. Please do check with the address and map as the restaurant is off the main road. Do give us some feedback if you visited the restaurant. Check out all our stories and experiences in Bangkok at https://www.placesandfoods.com/category/thailand/thailand-bangkok
Urai Han Pa Lo Bangkok Chinatown
Opening Hours: 9.30 am to 2pm
935 Songwad Road, Samphanthawong
Tel: 02-221 4413