Combing through reviews for A Little Thai Kitchen on Yelp, you’ll find a consistent theme throughout — “Authentic.”
The family owned restaurant, in its seventh year, is tucked in the Springdale Plaza and offers visitors a true taste of Thailand.
“We offer authentic Thai dishes, prepared using only the finest and freshest ingredients,” owner Nountaphon Kajohnnatikoon said. “We want to give our customers the best food and service. We want it to be a traditional Thai dining experience.”
The menu at the restaurant reflects that and features spring rolls, chicken curry puffs, tom yum as well as pad thai and pad kee mao.
Kajohnnatikoon said it was important for the restaurant to feature traditional Thai dishes on the Restaurant Week menu to give diners an authentic meal and experience.
“We’ll have a lot of different dishes featuring seafood, beef and chicken,” Kajohnnatikoon said. “There will be vegetarian dishes, a lot of stir fry. Customers will be able to choose from different soups and salads and a lot of appetizers and main courses.”
According to Kajohnnatikoon, the restaurant is lunch favorite for those working at local businesses.
“We’re very crowded for lunch and do a lot of take out business. A lot of people who work in the area will stop in for lunch but then come back on weekends or for dinner and bring their families,” Kajohnnatikoon said.
He is hopeful Cherry Hill’s first restaurant week will help expand the number of those coming for dinner even more.
“It’s the first one Cherry Hill is doing and I think it will bring a lot of new customers from around this area and towns close by,” Kajohnnatikoon said. “It’ll be fun.”