New Thai street food spot Patti’s Kitchen just opened in Pinellas Park

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Patti’s only has limited seating, but is still offering takeout and delivery options.

click to enlarge PHOTO VIA PATTI'S/INSTAGRAM
Photo via Patti's/Instagram


Pinellas Park now has a new spot for Thai noodles.

Located 6527 Park Blvd., Patti’s Kitchen officially opened to the public on Sunday, July 5.

The full menu isn’t online, but according to the restaurant's social media, one of the highlights is the “Thai Lard Na,” which is a rice noodle dish, with marinated pork in a gravy sauce, and served alongside steamed broccoli. 

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Patti’s only has limited seating, but is still offering takeout and delivery options. 

You can follow its Instagram here for more updates. 

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