Located on an industrial stretch of Main St., Mae Ting’s Coconut Cakes is a Thai street vendor selling everything from papaya salad to pork skewers to tom yum soup. But as the name suggests, you’re here for the kanom krok (coconut cake). Crispy on the outside, but hot and gooey on the inside, they’re a perfect treat for just about any occasion - and that includes yet another night of sitting on your couch waiting for new TV shows to come out. Open on weekends only, call (323) 632-2071 for takeout.
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