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ISO Sen Yai, really wide rice noodles (Thai, Chinese)


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ISO Sen Yai, really wide rice noodles (Thai, Chinese)

Puppimus | Feb 10, 2010 11:29 AM

It's so weird -- I've scoured 8th Ave. in Brooklyn (including Hong Kong supermarket) and Manhattan's Chinatown (including the Thai shop on Mosco St.), but I can't find any grocer selling the really, really wide noodles that I love so much in dishes like Pad Kee Mao or Chow Fun. Sometimes these are called Sen Yaay/Yai, and they're at least an inch wide. Could all these Thai restaurants really be making these noodles in-house? Anyone know where to buy these, fresh, dried or frozen?

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