Monday, June 3, 2019
Thaibilly Kitchen pop-up at Mea Cuppa
Thaibilly Kitchen is a local food service and catering business that held a pop-up shop at Mea Cuppa this past weekend.
It doesn't take much to convince me to dive into some Thai food, so I made plans to grab dinner here. They started at 2 p.m., I got there at about 5 p.m., and I was one of the last few to get food. Word to the wise: These folks are in high demand so go early.
So I put in my order and hung around for just under two hours before it was ready.
I ordered crispy spring rolls - a Pongsugree Family recipe made with a blend of vegetable and spices handrolled and golden fried with sweet sauce made in house.
And, pad thai - flat ride noodles in a sweet, tangy tamarind sauce with cabbage, carrots, and egg topped with fresh bean sprouts, and crushed peanuts.
And we also got pad kee mow - which is aromatic garlic and basil stir fry made with wide rice noodles, locally grown spring veggies and egg in a savory sauce.
What did you try?