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gumbolox | Nov 19, 201401:54 PM     10

Feels like soup season today.

Yesterday, while enjoying a spectacular bowl of Bamee Nam Tom Yum Mu Dang (Egg noodle soup w/ char siu pork, bok choy, bean sprouts and chili lime sauce) as my wife happily consumed a distinctive and delicious Jook described as organic rice porridge, poached egg, seafood dumplings in clear broth, both off of the specials menu at Kitti's Place in Sausalito, it occurred to me that Marin currently has a surprising number of excellent choices for full meal bowls of Asian soup.

There is always something good on Kitti's Specials menu and their regular menu features wonderful Wonton Soup, Spicy Seafood Noodle Soup, Pho, and more.

Comforts in San Anselmo often features a similar Wonton Soup (Kitti used to make it there)

Pho Viet in San Rafael makes many kinds of Pho. I especially like their Chicken broth with bbq pork, wontons, and rice noodles.

Royal Thai in San Rafael makes a very tasty duck noodle soup for lunch only.

And, I've enjoyed the Tonkotsu Ramen (with added black garlic and hot sauce) at the newly opened Uchiwa Ramen in San Rafael.

Have I missed any?

Kitti's Place Restaurant
Comforts
Pho Viet
Pho Viet Harbor
Uchiwa Ramen
Royal Thai Restaurant
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