I haven’t had Thai food in what feels like months. When my friend suggested checking out Eattini in Ellicott City I was down for an adventure and to add some spice to my taste buds. Beyond a few noodle dishes, I’m not particularly well versed in Thai food so i let her take the reins with ordering and I could not have been happier with what we ordered.
Despite the heat, we started with an order of Tom Yum Gai soup. This was lemongrass broth with chicken, tomatoes, mushrooms, lime juice, and cilantro. We shared this bowl of soup and it was perfect because I found it to be on the sour side (as it should be). But I don’t know that I’d be able to eat a full order of this.
Next up, my friend suggested getting the Chicken Curry Puffs. I haven’t had Thai curry before but I’m up to try almost anything. I’m glad we ordered this because it ended up being my favorite dish of the night. The flaky dough was stuffed with caramelized chicken, onions, sweet potato, carrots, and snow peas. Good thing the order only came with three of these delicious bites because I could have easily filled up on them.
For my friends main dish, she went with an order of the Green Curry. This was a huge dish of curry and it was filled with plenty of fresh veggies and chicken. It also wasn’t overly spicy – it had a subtle heat that was tempered by the sweetness of the coconut milk.
I was craving noodles and opted to go with the Drunken Noodles. The heat from this dish was very bearable and the sauce was super flavorful. Also, there was plenty of chicken and veggies in this dish. It was also on the larger side so there were definitely leftovers that I enjoyed for lunch the next day.
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