Last month when we wanted to go to Trini-Paki Boys for lunch, we found Bankkok Thai Street Food in its place on 43rd St, east of 6th Ave. Trini-Paki Boys was only gone temporarily, and they are peacefully co-existing with the new Bankkok Thai Street Food. Considering there is no menu overlap, it’s not a big surprise.
After asking a few questions, it seems this cart and the Muay Thai cart that opened a few months ago are both expansions of the burgeoning Tuk Tuk Boy empire. Everybody’s trying to capture their own piece of the growing New York Street Food scene.
The menu is similar in many ways, but we don’t recall seeing Spicy Noodles on either of the other menus. Yeah, something new to try!
Spicy Noodles cost $7, and when we ordered, he asked if we wanted chicken in the dish too. We answered yes, but didn’t realize our response was going to turn this into one of the most schizophrenic lunches we’ve had in a while.