Do I eat too much? NEVER. Such is the life of a food blogger and one I will continue living until I try as many different dishes as I possibly can. I love writing my thoughts about food because I feel that in some way food can connect us to the cultures and places where they came from.
Lots of Eats out of N. Andover is Thai food inspired by Thai street food. The authenticity that comes across with all their dishes and the flavors behind them, is all simply superb. They have so many different options that it took us longer than usual to decide what we wanted to eat, but I get ahead of myself.
When we first arrived the place was brimming with people and since we hadn’t made a reservation we waited at the bar until our table was ready. The hostess and the bartender were both super nice and we only waited about 10-15 minutes. Once seated they were pretty quick to come by and ask us if we wanted an appetizer. So the night began and my thoughts are below on each piece of food we consumed and what I felt about them.
Thai Style dumplings filled with sweet turnips, minced chicken and chopped peanuts. Topped with crispy garlic.
I loved these, the crunchiness of the peanuts and crispy garlic was superb and the flavors wonderful.
Pad See Ew
Stir Fried flat rice noodles with egg, bok choy, broccoli and carrots in a sweet soy sauce
This was Roosevelt’s dish and he ordered it with duck, it was quite good as I also had a small bite. Flavorful and rich
Thai Chicken Basil
Thai Style ground chicken with green beans, onions, bell peppers, garlic and chili over rice and fried egg.
I ordered this medium spicy and it was fantastic. The vegetables were cooked just rice, the sauce was wonderfully spiced and it had just the right amount of kick.
Fried Ice Cream
Perfection. Crust was phenomenal with light sweet flavor and ice cream was creamy and sweet.
Perfect Fried Ice Crem
Thai Iced Tea
Pad See Ew w/ Duck
Medium Spicy Thai Chicken Basil w/ Egg
Loved the Crispy Garlic atop these Steamed Butterflies
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