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Thai street food specialists Vanduke trade from a 1976 Citroen H van. The van is natively French but now channels the spirit of the bustling Thailand capital city, Bangkok. It previously had the difficult job of transporting absinthe across France, and the signage is still visible beneath the newer markings. The van was rescued from a garden in Surrey full of old and beat up H vans. It now serves as the hub of Vanduke. The Thai street food truck is the brother of the restaurant Naamyaa Café and part of the restaurant concept based on Bangkok café-style eateries by Alan Yau. They sell exotic and unusual Thai food, including Jasmine tea smoked ribs and Golae coconut prawns served on a banana leaf plate.