There is one Thai dish in all of Tulsa that I measure up against all other Thai restaurants, which is the Pad Se Ew at Thai Siam. The eggy rice noodles mixed with chicken, broccoli, and cilantro present the perfect spicy treat for my palate. It’s so delicious in fact, that it makes my mouth water every time I simply hear the name “Thai Siam”. Can My Thai Kitchen produce those same tantalizingly awesome flavors that I am used to at Thai Siam?
We started with the appetizer of chicken satay. Chicken Satay ($5.95) is a must for us when we go to any Thai restaurant. Their version of the popular Thai appetizer was lacking the crispy grilled texture I have come to expect in the dish; however, the chicken was juicy and tender. Also, the peanut sauce was a tad thin, but tasty nonetheless.
Like I said before, the Pad Se Ew at Thai Siam is my favorite Thai dish in all of Tulsa. Their version of Pad Se Ew consists of rice noodle with broccoli, straw mushroom, egg, a touch of garlic and white powder topped with garlic. Unfortunately, My Thai Kitchen failed to capture the magic of the Thai Siam dish, but I was still happy with their take on it.
My Thai Kitchen is located @ 3023 S. Harvard, Suite C.