Summerlin favorite Nittaya’s Secret Kitchen is on the move and chef and owner Nittaya Parawong’s menu of classics and modern Thai dishes is also still on track for another expansion out of the neighborhood, currently under construction in Centennial.
Promised to be open by the end of August, Nittaya’s Secret Kitchen is moving just around the corner and into the 3,833-square-foot former home of Sushi Wabi at the Pueblo at Summerlin retail center, close to the intersection of Lake Mead and Rampart Boulevards.
Planning to keep the original, 10-year old location at 2110 N. Rampart Boulevard open until the restaurant staff gets settled into the new property, the upgrade increases the Secret Kitchen footprint by more than one-third.
Back in spring 2018, Parawong launched the fast-casual Block 9 Thai Street in south Summerlin and has been officially working on a move to Centennial since last year.
Pushing for an early fall debut, Nittaya’s Little Kitchen will take over a compact 1,495-square-foot corner space on Norman Rockwell Lane at the Village at Centennial Springs, a short walk from Egg Works, and sitting behind the recently opened Cheecho’s Fajitas & Cantina.
Original plans called for a full-service, 46-seat dining room and a six-seat bar. Details of future serving hours or updated menus for either location have yet to be announced.
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