Got an urge for some Thai street food but don’t want to leave the house? EatFirst a has got you covered!
Kra Pow was set up by friends Richard Oakes and Paul Ambrose after their travels around Thailand and their longing for the street food of Chiang Mai right here in London. Launched in 2016, Kra Pow, which is named after their favourite dish btw, has been seen at markets around the city including Druid Street Market and Last Days of Shoreditch.
Wanting to get their food further afield, Kra Pow have teamed up with EatFirst to satisfy the hunger of Londoners everywhere! Dishes include their signature Kra Pow – chilli and basil infused pork stir fry with a poached egg – alongside Laab Gai – chilled mince chicken salad served inside lettuce leaves – and, our personal favourite, sticky BBQ Gai Yang chicken served with rice and a Thai salad.
The full menu is available for delivery on EatFirst through the app, online or Apple TV.
The Collaboration Menu
Kra Pow – Pork and basil stir fry, with rice and poached egg, £9.95
The signature dish, and namesake from Druid Street Market legends Kra Pow LDN. A deliciously spicy northern Thai pork dish made with basil, chilies, ginger, onion and garlic. Served alongside brown jasmine rice and a poached egg, it’s a perfect one-dish meal.
Gai Yang – BBQ chicken and rice and Thai salad, £8.95
The ultimate Northern Thai dish from Kra Pow LDN. Fresh chicken thighs are marinated overnight in a blend of intense flavours: coriander root, lemongrass and garlic. Chargrilled and served with brown jasmine rice, mint cucumber salad and a spicy Nam Jim Jaew sauce.
Laab Gai – Chilled minced chicken salad served inside lettuce leaves, £7.95
A famous Thai classic full of protein and packed with nutrients and vitamins recreated by the Kra Pow boys. Minced chicken is served cold with fresh mint, herbs, shallots, toasted rice powder, dried chilli, lime juice and fish sauce.
Thai Herb Salad – With fresh leaves and sweet chilli, £3.95
A fresh take on a North Thai side salad. Coriander, cucumber and fresh mint are tossed with a light lime and chili sauce to create this delicious fresh dish.