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First Look at Thai Table Restaurant

Thai Table

The latest Thai restaurant has opened in Wichita in the former Lina’s Mexican Restaurant space at 3570 N. Woodlawn. Thai Table opened this past week to the public. I dropped by on opening day to check it out.

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3570 N Woodlawn Blvd, Wichita, KS 67220
316-440-3227

Monday – Friday: 11am – 2:30pm; 5pm – 9pm
Saturday: Noon to 9pm
Closed on Sunday

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The menu features many popular Thai dishes along with Thai street food which caught my eye.

My lunch started with complimentary shrimp chips and some sort of chili garlic type sauce. They were very light, crispy, and slightly sweet; most people probably couldn’t even get the ever-so subtle taste of shrimp. It was a nice start to my meal.

Next up, I had a mild Tom Yum soup with shrimp. This wasn’t as sour as some other Tom Yum soups I’ve had in town. But it was very aromatic and had a mild sweetness to it. At the same time, it wasn’t as bold in flavor, and part of me wondered if it was because I ordered a mild versus my typical medium. Next time I will bump it up a notch in heat.

For my main entrée, I ordered from the Thai street-style food portion of the menu. The Hot Wok Curry caught my eye. It was described as a classic native Thai dish for the adventurous palate. It included a choice of protein, prepared with a combination of spices and savory flavors; green curry paste, peppercorns, basil, Kaffir lime leaves, bamboo strips and bell peppers.

Like my soup, I had this mild and it still had a nice amount of heat to it. The pork that came with my meal was a little dry, and I think some sauce or condiment of some sort would have been a delightful addition. I saw a spice rack online being offered with dishes at Thai Table. I am not sure if this was something I had to ask, but would have loved something like that. Aside from the dry pork, everything else meshed well together.

Initial thought on Thai Table was I enjoyed my meal. If I had to compare it to other places in Wichita, I’m not quite sure if it stacks up to them… at least not yet. Remember it was day one, and I plan to go back in a couple of months time to see how they improve their processes over time.

This place has lots of promise so I’m going to give them the benefit of the doubt and return sooner than later.

Here’s their menu:

Happy Dining,
Eddy


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