Lay Yi and Sarin Tin both grew up in Cambodia. They had fond memories of picnics in their home country, nostalgic for time spent outdoors enjoying good food and good conversation. When they landed in Lebanon, NH, they wanted to share their heritage with their new home via traditional cuisine. However, their fondness for outdoor eating meant they did not want to be confined to a brick and mortar location. Instead, they opened up their very own food truck, Phnom Penh Sandwich Station.
If you’ve never tried a Cambodian sandwich, you don’t know what you’re missing. Each sandwich comes with your choice of meat, marinated in its own mix of aromatic spices and savory sauces. However, don’t let this truck’s name fool you. Lay and Sarin serve loads more than just sandwiches. From fried rice to chicken curry to grilled tofu slathered in a spicy sesame sauce, foodies will want to try each and every item here. So, what are you waiting for? Stop by Phnom Penh Sandwich Station and get started. Or, even better, book ‘em for your own event. Trust us, guests will thank you.
Shrimp Phnom Penh Sandwich - Shrimp marinated in a semi-sweet coconut milk glaze plus cucumber, pickled carrots, cilantro, and chili mayo served up between two thick slices of bakery fresh bread.