Johnny, Patrick, and Sandy dreamed up a whole new concept with LaoTino_Eats. They’re blending Lao and Latino cuisine to create unrivaled bold flavors, granting lucky residents of Fort Worth, TX the culinary mashup they didn’t know they needed. This truck’s a must for avid eaters across the Lone Star State.
The menu serves a myriad of items that beautifully balance both Latino and Laos spices to create dishes you won’t find elsewhere. Try some LAAB – a Laotian dish comprised of minced beef with lemongrass kaffir lime leaves – rolled up in rice paper tacos. Or why not an empanada made from sticky rice? We could go on all day singing the praises of these eats, but that would take away time you could use to swing by LaoTino_Eats and try it yourself. Or, better idea? Bring ‘em straight to you by having ‘em out to cater your next event.
Sticky Rice Empanadas — An empanada shell made from sticky rice and filled with slow-roasted pork, cilantro, and green onions.