|A view of the Street Kitchen bar|
One great item to try to start off the night would be the Crispy Green Beans ($6), which are lightly battered and fried, serves with a sweat black pepper sauce and Thai chilies. They are not overly oily or greasy and the beans still have a nice snap to them as you bite in. Also the Crispy Wontons ($6) with chicken and shrimp with a sweet and sour sauce are sure to be appealing for a hungry diner.
As you move into a main curse the Green Curry ($12) packs a perfectly amount of heat along with the protein, peas, bamboo, eggplant and Thai Basil and you mix it with the Jasmine rice. Full of flavor and just the right amount of heat.
After a few bites of the Pad See Iew ($12), I have been craving it ever since. Wild rice noodles with chicken, egg, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower and sweet Thai sauce make the Pad See Iew a new comfort food for me.
Besides some samplings from the main menu, they do offer a special Street Kitchen bar that offers street style food from Thailand. I was daring and tried the silk worms. I must say I was impressed they weren’t chewy but had a crunch to them along side the nutty and salty flavors.
Chef Jirat and the staff are all warm and welcoming. I am looking to going back and trying some more of the Thai specialties and of course another order of the Pad See Iew.
1300 Bank St
Baltimore, Maryland 21231
*Note that this tasting was a complementary media tasting to share the menu items, however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.