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.
The 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.
I 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.
A 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.