The interior décor brings to mind a cluttered home, cozy with the owner’s family photos on the wall. Seating is limited, with only four or five tables available.
Phuket’s traditional noodles combine boiled shrimp, baked “red pork” and fish balls in the bowl. The broth at Ko Yoon has a mild taste of shrimp that makes it stand out from other soups found in Phuket.
If you choose to have your noodles dry (heng), the soup will come in a separate bowl. This is the best way to enjoy the complex flavours in the gravy added to the noodle. If you choose to get your bowl of noodles with soup in it, the combination of flavours are blended out and simpler.
The price for a bowl of noodles starts from B45. The shop is open from 9am to 4 pm. If you drive to Ko Yoon’s by car, you may be hard pressed to find parking. Motorbikes are easier to maneuver in this area.