Thai pop-up returns to Orlando after nearly 2 years

ORLANDO, Florida – Almost two years after its last event, Thai pop-up Bangrak Thai Street Kitchen is making a one-night-only comeback on City Beautiful Friday.

Bangrak plans to serve 80 bowls of Khao Soi, a Thai noodle dish, and that’s it. Each bowl costs $ 16 a pop.

The event is first come, first served and begins at 8 p.m. on Friday, July 23 at Redlight Redlight, 2810 Corrine Drive, in Orlando’s Audobon Park neighborhood.

Bangrak’s last event took place on October 20, 2019, just before owner Dylan Eitharong moved to Thailand to reunite with his family, according to Facebook posts.

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Since then, Eitharong started offering cooking classes at his home in Bangkok in January 2020 via Airbnb Experience, according to social media, and then started selling Bangrak dishes for delivery around Bangkok after the pandemic.

At this point, it’s not clear if Bangrak will host any future events or if this will be the last time the pop-up makes an appearance in central Florida.

Eitharong sat down for an interview with Florida Foodie in May 2019. You can watch this full interview below:

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