The pad thai at Khanom Krok is the kind of dish that pops up in your psyche every time you’re hungry and within 2 miles of Borough Market. ‘Could just swing by, right? A few prawns would do me good, after all. I haven’t had any noodles in the last four, maybe even five, hours’. This Thai spot serves traditional Bangkok street food, and although they’re named after a coconut snack called khanom krok which is their most popular dish, there’s also mango and coconut sticky rice on offer. And that pad thai.
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