The Noodle Man To Bring Delish Traveling Thai Kitchen To El Paso
Pranum Pop Up, a traveling kitchen from Austin, returns to El Paso to cook up authentic and delicious homestyle Thai this weekend.
Thai food lovers will be in for a treat when Dream Kasestatad (The Noodle Man) heads to town with his traveling kitchen setting up shop this weekend in the Sun City.
Serving up homestyle meals, The Noodle Man has traveled across the country to share his childhood recipes, and he'll be in El Paso cooking up delish Thai eats at Old Sheepdog Brewery on Sunday.
Old Sheepdog Brewery will also be releasing a new beer batch called Flor Que Nunca Fui beginning on Saturday, celebrating Pride Month and featuring the image of Miss Trans Mexico, Ivanna Diaz.
The beer is considered a sparkling Ale which will pair nicely with The Noodle Man's spicy Thai cuisine. Available for a limited time.
Pad Prik King: $14: Wok stir-fried crispy chicken, lemongrass, long beans, Thai basil, red chili paste, coconut milk, kaffir lime leaves, ginger, and garlic over Jasmine rice. A vegan option with crispy tofu will also be available.
- The Noodle Man Thai Food Traveling Kitchen
- Old Sheep Dog Brewery / 3900 Rosa Ave. 79905
- Sunday - June 26, 2022
- Foodservice begins from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. or until sold out
- Cash and CC accepted
- First-come, First-served
- No modifications except for peanut allergy
Dream Kasestatad is the chef and owner of Pranom Pop-Up, a traveling Thai street food kitchen that grew up around his parent's Thai restaurant. Years later, the aspiring actor and chef gained notoriety after being featured on the cover of Eater and LA Weekly magazine. Soon after, a pilot show based on his real life, titled "The Noodle Man," began airing on Amazon Prime growing his fan base further.