What a treat this place is - larger than San Bruno Thai Temple for sure. And today being the Queen's birthday celebration, the tents has many of the stalls open cooking lots of freshly made food that I seldom seen elsewhere. This is like being in a hawker center in Southeast Asia. WOW !! And they have it every Sunday. This is ideal to bring three other friends and share a table/food.
I got a steamed fish in some kind of egg based custard that is very good. The whole thing is encased in banana leaf cup. $2
Chicken rice similar to the famous Singaporean Hainam chicken rice. Fragrant rice, tender pieces of chicken, cucumber slices and some of the slightly sweet brown sauce on top. I am disappointed with many Hainam chicken version in USA but this one did not disappoint ! $4
Rice with two items (at the steam table). Beef in red curry: tasty sauce, slightly spicy. Small pieces of potatoes marinated in the curry sauce adds to the flavor. The other item is fish balls with green curry-good flavor. $4
Rice Noodle Soup with plump shrimps, pieces of squid, sliced fish cake, tofu, sliced pork belly and on-choy for the veggies. The broth is probably chicken stock with some red chilis. I had to add some fish sauce to make it more flavorful. $4
One stall had very fragrant stir fry of rice cakes, sprouts and clams. A small container of red chilis is also provided. Not bad. $4
Dumpling balls with ground pork inside: it has sweet taste as you bite in to it. A garlic flavoured sauce is poured on top. The lady also gave me lots of greeneries:lettuce and cilantros. $4
Finally, we got a freshly made pancake with sweetened condensed milk inside. The pancake is rolled like a cigar. It has great texture that is slightly chewy and the caramelization of the outside surface gave it another dimension of taste. Excellent. $2 for one or $3 for two.
Pad Thai: did not see any meat. A bit too sweet and not very interesting IMO.
I also saw grilled meats being prepared - looked great. And of course, the papaya salad station looked good too.
I hope Arlene chimed in and maybe has some pictures !
I provided the link below - look for the special occasion days as they have more food.