Nittaya’s Little Kitchen opens its Thai restaurant at Centennial
One of the Northwest’s most anticipated arrivals, chef and owner Nittaya Parawong opened Nittaya’s Little Kitchen on Norman Rockwell Lane in Centennial.
With construction delayed during the pandemic, guests can now enjoy a classic and modern Thai menu on the patio, inside the 1,495 square foot corner space, or take a seat at the small bar, also designed to accommodate the outdoor dining scene.
A sequel to the 11-year-old Summerlin fixture Nittaya’s Secret Kitchen, recently moved into its own upgraded space, the Little Kitchen is near Farm Road and neighboring Cheecho’s Fajitas & Cantina, Streets of New York and Egg Works.
Open until 1 a.m. – a rare full-service late-night option for the neighborhood – Nittaya’s serves family-inspired recipes such as a chicken larb salad, crabmeat fried rice, vegetarian dishes from the “secret garden” and curries, including a salmon-creation of avocado.
Asian tapas options are highlighted by the crispy pork belly, the ever popular ‘world famous spinach salad’, tamarind shrimp and green curry egg rolls, as well as 11 appetizers, with choice of weeping tiger steak, lamb chops with garlic and basil, a Thai BBQ Cornish game bird and a spicy catfish.
Also available, a collection of wines served by the glass and flavored teas from East Coast supplier Harney & Son. Details of a scheduled happy hour have not yet been announced, but are scheduled from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Thursday.
Nittaya’s little kitchen, 7575 Norman Rockwell Lane, # 140, 702-478-988. Open every day from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m.
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