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@CityofAte #CROSSPOST A First Look at Pakpao Thai Food in the Design District

@CityofAte #CROSSPOST A First Look at Pakpao Thai Food in the Design District

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On Monday night, some friends and I dined at Pakpao, the new Thai food spot in the Design District behind my beloved Oak. Speaking of Oak, the same folks are behind Pakpao Thai Food. Now it all comes together in a neat little circle.

Anyway, we tried to taste everything, but our wallets and stomachs wouldn’t let us. Instead we carefully selected some smaller items, sides, entrees and almost all the desserts. It was a lovely date night.

Check out my full writeup with photos over on City of Ate. And for the love of everything holy, RESPECT THE ASTERISK.

Please and thank you.

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16. Jul, 2013

Dallas has a new Thai hot spot: Pakpao is brought to you by Apheleia Restaurant Group, the same folks behind neighbor Oak and McKinney Avenue small plates destination Belly & Trumpet. Chef Eddy Thretipthuangsin — try saying that five times fast — is dishing up standbys like pad thai and pad se ew along with some less-expected plates including sweet Thai pork jerky and curried soft-shell crab at reasonable prices in a stylish Design District location with plenty of ornate touches. Expect a dessert menu that goes beyond the usual mango and sticky rice with dishes like a steamed citrus cake with lemongrass anglaise and a Thai coffee mousse.

16. Jul, 2013

Dallas has a new Thai hot spot: Pakpao is brought to you by Apheleia Restaurant Group, the same folks behind neighbor Oak and McKinney Avenue small plates destination Belly & Trumpet. Chef Eddy Thretipthuangsin — try saying that five times fast — is dishing up standbys like pad thai and pad se ew along with some less-expected plates including sweet Thai pork jerky and curried soft-shell crab at reasonable prices in a stylish Design District location with plenty of ornate touches. Expect a dessert menu that goes beyond the usual mango and sticky rice with dishes like a steamed citrus cake with lemongrass anglaise and a Thai coffee mousse.