Asian street food joint Kai now open in Winter Park

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You want more street food? No? Well, you're getting it anyway.

Kai is the latest joint to offer Asian street eats, theirs more of the pan-Asian sort (think wontons, crispy Korean and Vietnamese fried chicken wings, soups, garlic noodles, loaded fried and fried rice).
Wontons - KAI ASIAN STREET FARE
  • Kai Asian Street Fare
  • Wontons
I know, I know, you were hoping for more tacos, but guess what? They've got those too!



The Thai-Viet tandem of Isra Sunhachawi and Quan Van, a couple of engineers by day, bring a taste of their culinary travels across Asia to their little eatery inside a strip mall at 1555 Semoran Blvd., just south of Howell Branch Road.

After months of perfecting their recipes in a test kitchen, the pair are ready to reveal their creations to the masses.
Loaded fries with bulgogi, kimchi and spicy mayo - KAI ASIAN STREET FARE
  • Kai Asian Street Fare
  • Loaded fries with bulgogi, kimchi and spicy mayo
On my list: The "K-Pop and Lock" — hand-cut fries topped with bulgogi, kimchi and spicy mayo.



Take a look at their full menu.

Follow Kai along on Instagram, Facebook and the web.

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