Another food truck just launched recently and I’m ecstatic to say I found them in the Valley. Say hello to Streets of Thailand…
Streets of Thailand Food Truck
All of their entrees that day (11.17.2010) were $6 with free fried wontons. I have to say the food that you get is bigger than your average food truck entree.
specials you say?
Now it’s time to decide what to get for lunch…
ahhh... menu with pictures... sweet!
You got your food down, next what to drink and browse over the shelves for Thai specific items, Asian snacks, cookies/candies and lighter (?).
For the adventurous, one can try the nori seaweed flavored potato chips. I will try them next time.
nori seaweed flavored Thai Lay's potato chips
My kids love these panda filled cookies. And yan-yan sticks is so classic. Been munching on them since I was in elementary school.
Panda filled cookies
I just wanted to show how genius this cup-holder of sorts is. Truly perfect for street-side munching. I was told they were special ordered in Thailand. As B demonstrates in pic below, you can hold your Thai tea and box in one hand which frees up your other hand to dip wontons in its sauce. Love it!
genius "cup holder" - perfect for foodtrucking
Now let’s look at what we had for lunch…
The Thai Basil Beef over rice has chilies in it but the level of spiciness is mild.
Thai Basil Beef over Rice
The tacos are a nice alternative fusion style to the rice bowl. If the rice bowl is too much for you then the tacos are perfect. Priced at $1.50 each, it’s perfect.
Basil Beef Tacos
Chicken Pad Thai
Bacon dogs? Hmm…
Decided to try out the meatballs and the family favorite is the fish.
meatballs - choice of Beef (dark round), Pork (lighter round) and Fish (square)
They have a a menu that you can take home to familiarize yourself with their food so that next time you come back you definitely know what to order.
Menu - front
Menu - inside
- Menu – back
And that ends our foodtruck adventure in Streets of Thailand. Food was good, fast and affordable. Will definitely come back.
follow them on twitter –> http://twitter.com/streetsofthai
like them on facebook –> http://www.facebook.com/pages/Los-Angeles-CA/Streets-of-Thailand
better yet visit their website –> http://www.streetsofthailand.com/