RICE PAPER SCISSORS: Vietnamese Pop Up Tomorrow

February 3, 2011

If you'll are in SF, please drop by RICE PAPER SCISSORS, a Vietnamese Pop Up Cafe that I am hosting with Valerie Luu (@littleknock).  See info below and stay tuned for the exact address!

Rice Paper Scissors
Pops Up for the Vietnamese New Year!

In the spirit of the Tet Holiday and tiny plastic stools, we will be hosting Rice Paper Scissors, a Vietnamese street food pop-up, this Thursday, February 3rd from 5-10 PM in the Mission.

Inspired by the sidewalk dining and street food we experienced in Vietnam, we wanted to recreate the experience here in the Mission — complete with small tables, even smaller stools, fresh Vietnamese condiments, Cambodian pop music, and delicious food! We’re serving up Vietnamese comfort foods such as stuffed chicken wings with a Thai chili sauce and crab sautéed glass noodles. Oh, and dessert too.

Drop by our terrace near 20th and Valencia to grab some grub on the go or take a seat at one of the mini-tables to do it up, Saigon-style.
We’ll tweet the exact address on February 3rd; follow @littleknock and@kitchensidecar to receive the tip.

Rice Paper Scissors
Vietnamese New Year pop-up
Thursday, February 3rd / 5-10pm
Private residence near 20th and Valencia, exact address to be revealed day of event
Takeout and sit-down dining


Rice Paper Scissors was created by Valerie Luu (Little Knock) and Katie Kwan (KitchenSidecar), two Vietnamese street food vendors in San Francisco who love sitting on small stools. Our cafe will pop up on front porches, garages, and sidewalks and when we’re not figuring out what kitschy Asian housewares to buy, you can find us at various street food events and monthly at the SF Underground Market.

That sexy poster was made by our friend Jessica Taich.

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