Bangkok-based restaurant serves soup cooking for over 45 years
Bangkok : Time has gone when just wine used to get better with time. A family-run restaurant in Bangkok is getting famous for selling soup bowls with the same broth for 45 years. Wattana Panich in Bangkok preserves broth left over at the end of the day and uses it in next day's soup, reports Great Big Story.
For the last 45 years, the big soup pot is simmering away in the same broth. Fresh meat, meatballs, tripe and other organs are added to the soup daily.
"For 45 years, the broth of our soup has never been thrown away after a day's cooking," says Nattapong Kaweenuntawong, who tends to the noodle soup, called neua tune, with his mother and wife, according to the New York Post. "The broth has been preserved and cooked for 45 years," he says.
He claims that this ancient method of cooking gives a different kind of taste and aroma to the soup.
A lot of people can be seen praising the soup on social media. Check out some of the reactions below:
Share with us if you would try the soup or give it a miss considering the broth is 45 years old.