For centuries, throughout Southeast Asia, millions have enjoyed a common dish known as Hainanese Chicken and Rice. The dish has ventured from the villages of the Hainan Province in the South China Sea, all the way to the Global Ports of Singapore, Bangkok and Phuket. Thailand is where this tasteful dish evolved and grew with amazing spices and style to become known as: Khao Mun Gai

Khao Mun Gai has delighted millions all over Thailand; especially in Bangkok, the street food capital of the world. It has become a food haven for both locals and tourist alike who enjoy this flavorful dish. We bring the tastes and traditions of Bangkok, to the streets of New York City.