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CrushCraft Thai Street Eats to open Monday, January 27th in the Quadrangle

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Get your taste buds ready for the opening of a tasty new Thai restaurant in the Quadrangle next Monday, January 27th. Chef Paul Singhapong and restaurant veteran Jack Nuchkasem will open CrushCraft Thai Street Eats, a fast casual hip spot featuring a made-from-scratch menu inspired by traditional Thai recipes and techniques.

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The menu will be divided into sections, including the “Humble Homey” featuring traditional Thai cuisine found in open air markets with dishes as Laap Isaan, Kra-Pao and Moo Ping. The “Swanky Citizen” section is made up of favorite Thai restaurant items, such as Phat Thai, Khao Soi and Papaya Salad. The “For Chefs” section features a monthly rotating menu with chef-driven dishes that are intended to push the envelope— like Sweet Pork Belly Curry, Kai Yaang and Braised Short Ribs. The bar will be serving Southeast Asian premium imports, local drafts, and a selection of sake and soju.

CrushCraft Thai Street Eats
2800 Routh Street, Suite 150
Dallas, TX 75201
(972) 677-7038

Hours of operation:
Sunday – Wednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm; Thursday – Saturday 11:00 am – 3:00 am.



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