Sutha Thai Kitchen

Written by on January 7, 2016 in I Eat America, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(No website found at time of publishing) – Tustin, California

Sutha Thai Kitchen

How I heard of this place: My sister’s good friend and fellow PhD. She’s local and all about tasty food.

Type of cuisine: Authentic Thai.

Sutha Thai Kitchen Indoors

Ambiance: A tiny, cramped hole-in-the-wall found in a small Tustin strip mall, this establishment is easily missed.
Sutha Thai Kitchen Seating
A handful of tables sit extremely close to each other, as diners bump elbows with their unknown neighbors, and await take-out orders. The close quarters are warmly infused with deep, rust-colored walls and simple decor.
Sutha Thai Kitchen Kitchen Entry
A haven which places great attention to simplicity, while delivering some of the most authentically spiced Thai food I have had in the USA.
What I ordered: We started with Cream Cheese Wontons ($8.99): crispy fried wontons with cream cheese and onion,
Sutha Thai Kitchen Cream Cheese Wontons
and Shrimp Sarong ($8.99): deep fried shrimp and ground pork wrapped in crispy egg noodles served with sweet and sour sauce,
Sutha Thai Kitchen Crispy Shrimp
and a Papaya Salad ($8.99): shredded green papaya mixed with crusted roasted peanuts, green beans, palm sugar, and tomato with seasoning and spicy lime juice.
Sutha Thai Kitchen Papaya Salad
For our main entrées, my husband selected the BBQ Pork Fried Rice ($8.99),
Sutha Thai Kitchen BBQ Fried Rice
and the BBQ Pork Ribs ($8.99): marinated pork in house special sauce.
Sutha Thai Kitchen Ribs
The rest of us shared a Pa Nang Curry with Chicken ($9.99) with roasted curry and coconut milk,
Sutha Thai Kitchen Chicken Panang Curry
Pad See Ew with beef ($8.99): stir fired flat noodles in brown sweet soy sauce with egg and broccoli,
Sutha Thai Kitchen Pad See Ew
and the too-spicy-to-consume Pad Kee Mow ($8.99) with chicken: flat noodles stir fried with chili and mint leaves in a spicy sauce.
What I loved: The cream cheese wontons were a special treat and a delightful surprise, as were the shrimp! I loved the fried rice! The Pad See Ew also a table favorite was a sad thing to see come to an end.
Sutha Thai Kitchen Menu
Why I loved it: Delicious food, most authentically prepared and enjoyed with wonderful company in a quaint and cozy space on my sister’s birthday!
Cost: Low ($8.99 – $12.99 per entrée)
Sutha Thai Kitchen Shadow
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