Street food vendor finds her way into customer’s hearts

Published on 8 May 2017 7:09:19 PM

A street food vendor in Phitsanulok, Thailand has garnered a large following of customers, thanks to her unique way of presenting her food along with its affordable price.
Known as ‘Pa Nom’ or Auntie Nom, she places between seven and nine pots of food in a semicircle on the ground, resembling a classical Thai music band.
Adding to her stall's attractiveness is its affordable eats - each dish is sold for Bt20 (US$0.60).
With her small business, she earns enough to fund her children’s education while she has also bought a one-hectare piece of farmland.
Her stall opens from 5am to 10am.