Outside the Mobile Thai Kitchen truck. All photos by Nick Gomer. This is the third in a series of articles featuring immigrant- and refugee-owned restaurants in enclaves located outside of major US cities. Mobile Thai Kitchen is a little white box that sits in a parking lot between a gray warehouse and a bland, brown strip mall along Route 44, the major drag that cuts through St. Robert, Missouri. In freezing February, the flowers in the trough, which blocks sight of the food truck’s wheels, were tinder. But even after 1 PM—the end of the military lunch break—locals were parked, waiting for their food. The parking lot is filled with a few other food stands now, too. A red barn serving[…]