A New Thai Noodle Spot Just Opened In Houston With Boozy Pineapple Drinks

You'll be transported to Thailand.
Kin Dee Thai Restaurant In Houston Just Opened Its Doors

Traveling to another country to try some delicious cuisine isn't unheard of, especially if you're a fan of traveling and eating. Plane tickets can be expensive, however, so it's always nice to find restaurants in your city that make you and your tastebuds feel as though you've traveled across the world. The new Kin Dee Thai restaurant in Houston will satisfy your food cravings as well as that pesky wanderlust.

Kin Dee opened in Houston just last week on Friday, May 22. The restaurant serves authentic Thai cuisine that you can't find anywhere else in HTX.

Currently, they're open for reservations and OpenTable, and they offer curbside and delivery options as well.

It's totally up to you whether you'd like to dine in a true Thai setting, or take a piece of Thailand home with you.

Their noodles are out of this world, just like their many sides, desserts, and drink options. For example, they offer a drink from an actual pineapple that'll make you feel like you're on vacation.

When it comes to something to wash your food down with, it doesn't get much better than that.

For sides, there's a Thai papaya salad, Thai flower dumplings, mini salad wraps, golden baskets, and more.

If you have more of a sweet tooth, their desserts will not disappoint. You can choose from coconut ice cream with Thai-style toppings, mango sticky rice, and Thai toasted Khanom Pang Ping with pandan cream. Yum.

Now, onto the main dish!

There are noodle options galore to choose from, and because of this, there's truly something for everyone. Thai boat noodle soup, casseroled shrimps with glass noodles, pad Thai, and more are on their main menu.

This restaurant will soon manage to find its way into every Houstonian's heart.

Kin Dee Thai

Price: 💸

Cuisine: Taiwanese

Address: 1533 N. Shepherd Dr. Suite 160, Houston, TX

Why You Need To Go: You'll get your Thai fix in the heart of Houston and their sides and drinks are just as good as their main course. 

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