Opart Thai House came recommended by a fellow food lover and she recommended the Tiger Cry, curry and Miang Sa-Wan. The service is great, space is open and bright and the flavors transported me right back to Thailand.
The Miang Sa-Wan is packed full of flavors with dried pork, peanuts, fresh ginger, onions, cilantro, and the bits of lime add a great acidic edge to counter the Thai hot peppers. Served with green lettuce leaves and you are on your way to wrap heaven.
The curries were rich and silky and the perfect balance of wonderful flavors like lemongrass, shallot, cloves, brown sugar, galanga root, fish sauce.
Gaeng Musaman – Yellow curry and potatoes sautéed in coconut milk with peanuts and chicken.
Gaeng Pet Ped Red curry, roasted duck, pineapple and tomatoes sautéed in coconut milk.
Tom Yum Kai (Chicken) Thai hot & sour soup with fresh chicken breast straw mushrooms, lemon grass and lime juice. This is the perfect starter to share on a cold fall day.
Next time we will get the Tiger Cry (Tender beef charbroiled to perfection, served with homemade sauce.)
Opart Thai House – 4658 N Western Ave Chicago, IL 60625