Located inside Holy Basil in Downtown, Yum is an excellent Thai pop-up serving Bangkok-style street food. There isn't a set schedule or menu, so just do what we do at this point and stalk their Instagram and prepare yourself for an extraordinary meal. From raw blue crab soaked in fish sauce to fermented branzino to white mushrooms in a pickled bean curd, Yum’s food is spicy, pungent, and unabashedly original.
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