Forever dispelling the myth that Asian food served by white guys should make you nervous (and also that you shouldn't get near mustachioed guys in weirdly painted vans), the gentleman jokesters behind Fojol Bros have just unleashed Volathai, a familiar '50s-era silver bullet cruiser w/ teal panels, a Velcro'd-on daily menu, colorful wheels, and the Bros' motto ("A Traveling Culinary Carnival"). Portions are done airport-Japanese style, with you picking one, two, or three options from categories like:
Noodles: They're kept wide, and each dish starts with a dark Thai (soy) sauce, which is left lighter for a tofu Pad Thai w/ bell peppers & onions, or spiced up for their round eye beef and broccoli Drunken Noodle, aka every Trey Anastasio solo ever.
Curries: Currently, they're ladling out Chicken Panang w/ Thai basil, or a vegetarian option laced w/ Brussels sprouts, snow peas, and bamboo shoots, and called the "green green curry", or what Seth had to get used to being called freshman year at Duke.
As with their other two trucks, Volathai will be blasting dance party tunes, and now the whole fleet is available to cater private events for up to 1200 people, though anyone who claims to have that many friends is clearly telling a white lie.