Thai Street FoodFresh. Authentic. Delicious. Street food from Thailand on the streets of Cumbria
Street food is exciting, and in the last few years its popularity has increased in Cumbria, along with the quality of the food being served. Walk past our stall and you could imagine yourself strolling down Sukhumvit Rd in Bangkok as the aroma of lemongrass, chillis, galangal, thai basil and many other herbs waft along the street.
Thai ‘Drive-Thru’ Takeaway , Kendal
Wed – Sat (5pm-9pm), Cumbria, LA9 4RU
From Wednesday to Saturday each week enjoy exciting Thai food at our ‘drive-thru’ takeaway on Unit 6, Dockray Hall, Kendal. LA9 4RU
Every Wednesday 10am – 3pm
We’re back on Kendal market every Wednesday, come and enjoy authentic Thai street food during your lunchtime
What we do. Where we go
We are busy cooking most weekends and during summer our hungry customers enjoy Thai food at local events and festivals.
From Wednesday to Saturday our ‘drive-thru’ takeaway in Kendal caters for takeaway food.
Then there are the many private functions and dinner parties that we cater for.
At other times we are striving to find the best ingredients for you, then it’s prep, prep, prep!
Our Chef, Amporn
Street Food at Events and Festivals in Cumbria
The street food scene in Cumbria is vibrant and encouraging. A few years ago we dragged behind the ‘foodie’ hotspots of Birmingham, Manchester and Yorkshire. Now many chefs and people who love good food, have embraced the excitement of street food and are stepping outdoors, in all weathers, to bring authentic, delicious food to the people of Cumbria.
Today we are fortunate to have a wide range of cuisine from around the world on our doorstep. Here are some of the latest traders that can be found on our streets, at our pubs, and around the many events and festivals in Cumbria.
- For Jamaican Food: Yardies
- For BBQ with a difference: SmokeBBQEvents
- For South American food: The Greeedy Gringo
- For pizza and other delights: Yard 46
- For Caribbean food: Kool Carribean
After catering for dinner parties and buffets since 2006, we embraced the street food scene in 2016. This was a great move, despite days of wild winds, rainy days and freezing temperatures we persisted and revelled in the warm, sunny days when it is a joy to stand on the street for eight hours of more, cooking and bringing you authentic Thai street food. Cumbria may not be the streets of Thailand, certainly not as warm, but our food is genuine and we pride ourselves that it is restaurant-quality, as good as any you can get in the Thai restaurants around Cumbria.
When you visit us, you will be greeted by the aromas of Thai herbs and spices drifting gently on the breeze. Most of the time Amporn cooks to order, just like in Thailand, which means you may have to wait a while for your dish, but while you are waiting, you have the pleasure of watching it being cooked, and hopefully picking up a few cookery tips along the way.
Enjoy, and we hope to meet you during 2019.