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Thai Me Up Hits The Streets
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Thai Me Up Hits The Streets

The people running Thai Me Up are the same folks who are behind Amherst’s The King and I. We heard about a truck parked behind the restaurant a long time ago, but it took a while for anything to come of it. The menu for both of our visits was simple but very affordable, nothing was priced higher then $6.

On our first visit we ordered their Thai Ice Tea, Spring Rolls and Pud Thai Chicken. The Thai Ice Tea ($3) came out quickly and was a mixture of heavy cream with a very sweet iced tea; very refreshing on a warm afternoon. The Spring Rolls ($2) came out very quickly as well and were quite good, nothing too revolutionary but freshly made and loaded with vegetables and chicken. The Pud Thai Chicken ($6) took quite a while to come out, at least in comparison to normal food truck waiting times. After seeing several people who had ordered long after me get their food, I asked about the status of my dish. I was told they make large batches of the Pud Thai and they were almost done. All together it was about a 20 minute wait for the dish to come out but luckily it was pretty good. The noodles were a little sloppy but the serving size was big and their sauce had a strong flavor. It was a bummer that it took so long to come out, but I’m hoping with time they will figure out the best way to optimize the food truck kitchen.

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