Malai Kitchen Invites You To A Special Thai NTX Beer Week Dinner

MALAI exteriorby Steven Doyle

Wednesday, November 5, Malai Kitchen will host a special “Thai Me Up” dinner as part of North Texas Beer Week. The evening will highlight Malai’s portfolio of house-brewed, Asian-style beers inspired by owners Braden and Yasmin Wages’ travels through Southeast Asia. Chef Paul Singhapong of CrushCraft Thai will join Wages to create a six-course dinner with beer pairings. This is actually what has been an annual event, and the most authentic Thai-inspired meal you can have in Dallas.   


We have attended the last three, and always walked away inspired and tantalized. Notice the addition of “weasel coffee”. Read more about that phenom here, and check out the menu:

Amuse Bouche
Crispy rice, cured pork, scallop
Shandy Shooter
Vietnamese Crepes
Shrimp, fresh coconut meat, bean sprouts, cucumber-radish slaw
Bia Hoi Vietnamese Lager
Grilled Quail Salad
Crispy rice noodles, micro herbs, tamarind glaze, quail egg
Golden Triangle Fusion Saison
Oxtail Soup
Bone-in oxtail, lemongrass, lime juice
Malai Bock
Black Bass
Thai eggplant ratatouille, braised duck egg in pork belly, scratch red curry
Sticky Rice Crème Brulee
Coconut-Chili-Chocolate Porter
Weasel Coffee, Vietnam

Dinner will begin at 7 p.m. and costs $60 per person. This includes beer pairings, but not tax and gratuity. Reservations are required and seating is limited. Please call 214.599.7857 to reserve. For more information on NTX Beer Week, please visit.


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