1. Oh my goodness, just STOP. Two of my favorite bloggers! I can’t handle the awesome. And this dish looks fantastic.. beautiful photography, as always!

    • Pang

      Awwww.. Thank you so so much, Cheryl. You are the sweetest. You are now making my Monday with so much happiness 🙂

  2. Love your photos lots and lots and lots, Pang!

    • Pang

      SO SO SO HAPPY to hear that, Miriam. You are so sweet. Thank you so much for your kind words.

  3. This looks scrumptious, Pang! I’m so glad that it is easy to make too! 😀

    • Pang

      I am so happy you think that 🙂 I am looking forward to seeing ‘your’ Pad-Se-Ew, yes? 🙂

  4. Beautiful photos Pang- as always 🙂 By the way I follow Alanna’s blog for a while now and I really like it ( so say Hi from me and tell her she’s great :-D) I will have to try this recipe, it looks easy to follow and we love this kind of food at home!

    • Pang

      I will be sure to tell Alanna that the next time I meet her; she is so sweet in person as she is through her blog 🙂

      I am so happy to hear that you might make it, Marta, and of course, SO HAPPY that you like the photographs.
      huge hugs to you, my lovely friend

  5. Wow! This dish looks amazing in that fluted plate. So pretty! Thank you for sharing this, it’s one of my favorites. I’ve tried to make this dish a few times, but only with egg, no other proteins. I’d love to try the shrimp version! Thankfully my local Asian market gets fresh rice noodles in every week…. I am terrible at making my own. Yum!

    • Pang

      Oh hahaha.. thanks to Asian Market that I did not have to make my own noodle either (phew)
      But seriously, this is such an easy noodle dish to make, I am quite sure you will like the outcome.
      Thank you so much for your sweet comment, Sophie. I am so glad you like my ‘prop’ 🙂

  6. eric

    Wow i love that shrimp. Zzz. Love sea food.

  7. Pang!!! How did you know that I love pad see ew even more than I love pad thai?! Seriously cannot WAIT to try this!!!!!!!!! Your photos are fabulous and drool-worthy, as always. And I love Alanna’s blog too! I can’t believe you got to hang out with her–what a star-studded blogger hangout!!! 😉

    • Pang

      You are so kind, Erika. Thank you so so so much for your wonderful comment. 🙂
      Yes, I, too, was nervous when I first met Alanna, but she turned out to be such a wonderful person. You guys will definitely get along as well 🙂

  8. I’ve never found the “right” pad see ew in a restaurant either. And yours? It looks like it might be “the one”. I love that you have lots of veggies and stuff and not just a heap of noodles. This looks incredible!

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH, Joyti; you are so sweet 🙂
      I am glad you might try this recipe. Let me know how it goes, yes?
      I appreciate you are here, Joyti.

  9. I have never tried this dish before but I cannot wait to make it!!! Thank you so much for sharing such yummy recipes 🙂 Looks amazing!

    • Pang

      Awww, Oana 🙂 Thank you so much for your sweet words, lady. I am so glad you will make it. Please let me know if you have any question since you have never tried this dish before. huge hugs 🙂

    • Pang

      Thank you for stopping by, Thalia. So glad you like it and plan to make it 🙂

  10. From the moment I saw your post on pad thai, I was waiting for a phat si ew one- it’s like you read my mind- incredible!!! It’s one of my fave thai dishes to order and I’m SO glad I can find a reliable, authentic recipe for it now 🙂 Beautiful!

    • Pang

      So happy to hear that Irene. Yay!!!!
      Thank you so much for your sweet comment, and I hope you try it once you have time. 🙂

  11. Wow Pang, this is a gorgeous recipe! I’ve never tried making it, but you’ve inspired me to give it a go! Gorgeous photos as always!!

    • Pang

      Thank you SO SO MUCH, Maria. I am so glad to hear that. Yay!!!!!

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