The long awaited new restaurant from chef and owner Nittaya Parawong is almost ready to debut in Centennial Hills, missing a planned May 16 opening date, but promising it will begin serving Parawong’s famed Thai menu very soon.
The restaurant takes over a 1,495-square-foot corner plot at the Village at Centennial Springs near Cheecho’s Fajitas & Cantina and Streets of New York at the intersection of Norman Rockwell Lane and Farm Road, a short distance from a very popular Egg Works expansion.
Designed as a neighborhood destination, the interior space was originally estimated to host a maximum of 46 customers in the dining room and include six seats at the bar. New images shared by the restaurant reveal an outdoor patio space with its own bar window.
The Summerlin fixture since 2010 Nittaya’s Secret Kitchen moved around the corner earlier this year into the 3,833-square-foot former home of Sushi Wabi, close to the intersection of Lake Mead and Rampart boulevards. Parawong also still oversees the counter-service Block 9 Thai Street Eats in south Summerlin.
Still to announce future opening hours and its new menu, Nittaya’s Little Kitchen is expected to serve many of the same Thai family recipes and wine list favorites found at the original location.