Malai Kitchen’s in-house-made rice noodles are the food equivalent of luscious, soft white velvet. These noodles are different from all the other noodles in North Texas because they are made using a noodle machine designed and built in Vietnam just for Malai Kitchen.Read more
Remember the 1997 book Entertaining for Dummies? The book that sold more than 30 million copies promised to transform hopeful hosts and hostesses from dumb to Martha Stewart. I had a copy, and I will say, people find me to be somewhat entertaining.Read more
Already been to the Fair? Here are a few fun foodie things to check out this weekend.Read more
As an occasional user of Malai Kitchen’s West Village location, I was already familiar with the Vietnamese/Thai cuisine that arrived in Preston Center back in November. I’ve long been a fan of the crispy Thai tacos stuffed with shredded pork, the sweet and spicy green papaya salad, and the mango sweet rice dessert.
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Great news for foodies, Malai Kitchen (pronounced Muh-lie) will open Tuesday in Preston Center, 20 months after the space’s last tenant, Bartaco, closed its doors.
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The Australian luxury fashion brand is known for vibrant prints and, of course, swimwear. The new boutique on the mall’s first floor is the brand’s third in the U.S. — after Miami and Costa Mesa, California.Read more
Preston Center’s Luther Lane has been looking sad lately, with a few “For Lease” signs fading through windows. The former Bartaco space can remove the sign because Malai Kitchen will soon occupy the space.
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