Last week we spotted the new signage finally attached to what was Wicked Po Boy in Preston Center owned by Chi and Joey Le who also recently opened Tanoshii Ramen + Bar in Deep Ellum. Today we receive the official word that Miss Chi Vietnamese will be open for business this Wednesday. We have the full release below along with some striking photographs by Joy Zhang.
The space design is French appropriately inspired by Coveal Studios. The hours of operation are Tuesday – Thursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm; Friday – Saturday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm; Sunday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm; Closed Monday. Catering and to-go curbside service available so guests do not have to worry about parking.
Miss Chi is located at 6030 Luther Lane, Suite 130 in Dallas. Phone in your orders at 214.692.1000. Check out the website, Someone obviously likes cats. Here are the menus: Miss Chi Lunch Menu and Miss Chi Dinner Menu. Your pho awaits.
Chi and Joey Le, husband and wife duo who also created and operate Wicked Po’Boys in Richardson and recently opened Tanoshii Ramen + Bar in Deep Ellum, plan to open their third restaurant, called appropriately Miss Chi Vietnamese within the Preston Center shopping complex on Luther Lane.
Opening Wednesday, November 20th for lunch and dinner, this restaurant is inspired by the Le’s experience of growing up in a large Vietnamese household where family meals were always made from scratch.
Miss Chi’s menu includes expected staples such as pho, rice dishes and spring rolls. But, the Le’s will also serve a bit more traditionally inspired recipes such as hue spicy beef noodle soup, tapioca noodle soup, braised pork belly & eggs and wok seared salt & pepper prawns. Another important element is a handcrafted cocktail menu, created by Jules Pagan of Cedars Social. Pagan’s recipes have been carefully created with fresh-squeezed juices, just-picked herbs and unexpected ingredients.
With inspiration taken from the Le’s Vietnamese background, Miss Chi cocktails boast a balanced harmony among flavors, textures and aromas. Rotating handmade pastries and desserts made fresh daily, in-house will also be available.
Vietnamese restaurants and Asian markets were not always around. To eat authentic Vietnamese meals, most everything had to be made from scratch. Fresh tapioca noodles, steamed buns, and aromatic broths were always made at home and complimented with fragrant herbs from the garden.
“At Miss Chi, we bring you our favorite home cooked meals. Our goal is to source only the best ingredients and as local as possible to bring the same fresh, bold ingredients to your table as we had in our home.” Co-owner Chi Le continues, “Miss Chi is genuinely inspired by the many generations in our family who have brought wonderful meals to the table.”