Chef and owner Nittaya Parawong continues to serve her Thai dishes for curbside pickup and delivery at Summerlin fixture Nittaya’s Secret Kitchen and its two-year-old casual offshoot Block 9 Thai Street Eats, and remains confidently looking to the future for her next project.
Making its way through the temporarily stalled City approval process, Nittaya’s Little Kitchen is confirmed to be moving into suite 110 at the Village of Centennial Springs, inside the building directly behind Ben’zaa Cantina and its Oaxacan-inspired dining.
Easy to find at the intersection of Norman Rockwell Lane and Farm Road and facing Streets of New York, Parawong’s new restaurant is true to its name and will occupy 1,495 square feet, making it smaller than both her current ventures.
Inside the attractive corner space, the full-service restaurant will add a six-seat bar, with room enough for 46 customers in the dining room, and is expected to import Parawong’s acclaimed menu of Thai classics and modern specialties.
Currently seeking permits for serving beer and wine, Nittaya’s Little Kitchen is on target for a debut later this year.
Meanwhile, future neighbors Streets of New York are still open for pickup, or delivery, updating its menu daily with specials and value deals, plus Egg Works’ breakfast and brunch favorites are also available for takeout and delivery every day, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and closing at 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.