Malai Thai-Vietnamese Kitchen

 

Sooooooo we possibly found a restaurant to cheat on Pho 95 with. πŸ˜•

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We stumbled upon Malai Thai-Vietnamese Kitchen when leaving a event with the Southwest Bloggers SocietyΒ at the Kendra Scott jewelry store in the uptown area of Dallas.

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Dying from hunger, we stumbled inside looking for the nearest menu.

 

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*We had not eaten all day, so we were literally two seconds away from passing out. *

Our fast and friendly waiter came to the table and asked us what we would like to start the night off with. Alcohol, duh! *insert liquor emoji*

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We ordered the lemongrass fizz and a bourbon smash to put a little pep into our step.

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The waiter brought out the restaurant’s version of “bread and butter” which is called “nam prik.” A sticky rice wrapped in banana leaves with a side of chile paste and vegetables.

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Personally, we could have just waited for our entrees to come….but anywho..

We then ordered the samosas which were delicious! The yummy breaded goodness was filled with a spicy beef, garlic and ginger medley. It was simply heavenly. (We wish we could have more than three) It came with a dipping sauce made with cilantro and yogurt.

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Entrees came shortly after and this is where our love affair began.

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I had the Ga Xao Sa. Otherwise known as lemongrass chicken. It was a chicken breast seared in a wok with green onions, carrots, lemon-grass caramel sauce, a couple of cherry tomatoes and jasmine rice flat noodles and sliced ginger. I also added a ton of their house made Siracha cause I love some heat to my meal. πŸ˜‰

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Christa had the Pad Woosen, also known as the stir fry glass noodles. They had chicken breast, garlic, cilantro, tomatoes and the glass noodles of course.

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We gobbled that up to say the least.

We were amazed at the deliciousness we had just devoured. I mean could it be? A restaurant we love just as much as Pho 95 in Arlington? Say it isn’t so!

Overall the food was AMAZE! Couldn’t have asked for a better experience and meals. We still don’t know which place we love better….maybe we will have to try them both again to make a better decision…right? lol

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-India

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