The first brick and mortar location of a Thai and Hawaiian street food truck. This counter-service spot in Beacon Hill has a space that’s nice to spend some time in, plus a super friendly staff and some delicious plate lunches. Options include charred huli huli ginger chicken, garlicky shrimp, and spicy pork, all of which come with a tangy slaw and some excellent creamy macaroni salad on the side. There’s also a very good pad thai. And there’s even a DIY hot sauce bar - which reminds us, be sure to add a Thai iced tea and a slice of coconut cream pie to counteract your personal mouth fire.
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