Little Khao Toronto

Little Khao

Little Khao is a stall in Assembly Chef’s Hall that looks as cute as its name. With its street-style exterior and handwritten menu, it has certainly achieved its goal of imitating a rustic roadside Thai eatery.

The offshoot of popular Thai spot Khao San Road, the stall serves a tiny menu of two to three favourites.

little khao torontoThe menu is subject to change but you might find the pad gra prao with pork ($13 for a small) which comes with stir fried pork, holy basil and long beans on rice. You can add an egg for $2 or upgrade to a larger size ($17) with the egg already included.

There's also green curry with chicken on rice, which will set you back $14.50 for a small or $17 for a large.

little khao torontoI was glad to see that my favourite dish at Khao San was also available at Little Khao: the khao soi noodles ($17) are a very popular dish and a perfect blend of crispy and saucy.
little khao torontoA surprising additive to this stall is the wall of popcorn bags next to the cashier. Made in collaboration Millie Creperie, Popcorn Sudsud is made with a mix of butter, caramel, corn, and chilli, These bags of popcorn ($6) will both confuse and delight your tastebuds.

little khao toronto

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Hector Vasquez

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