Sticky Rice at the Grand Central Market is an homage to authentic Thai street food and is the brainchild of David Tewasart, the owner of Soi 7 and Spirit House. The chef is Johnny Lee, who is also at the helm at Spirit House. The two primary items on the menu are khao mun gai, a Thai version of Hainan chicken rice, with a soybean and garlic-based dipping sauce; and a BBQ chicken dish made with garlic cloves, chili peppers, vinegar and sugar. Pairings include sticky rice and Lee's version of a Thai papaya salad.
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Grand Central Market is not only attracting new vendors, it's spinning off sequels to its current ones. Namely, Sticky Rice, the terrific Thai stall found in the middle of the market floor, just opened a second spot right behind its...