It is impossible to define what is and what is not authentic Thai street food. It’s not about recipes, what is right what is wong.
It is about people, what they enjoy, about everything that goes into the preparation and presentation of the food we call Thai street food.
At the age of five, Tippy’s mother Niang was helping her mother cook food for sale at the market in Surin. Lifeskills and experience she bought with her when she opened her first market in Glouster. Skills passed down to Tippy and in turn to her sisters.
Preparing food they sell at the street markets throughout Bristol.