SriThai Kitchen & Sushi Bar will launch its fourth restaurant at the luxury Emory Point Apartments, located on the Clifton Corridor in proximity to the CDC and Emory University. The Thai-influenced restaurant currently has locations in Duluth, Snellville, and Atlantic Station.
SriThai Kitchen & Sushi Bar was born out of Owner Winn Mekpongsatorin’s love of traveling back to Thailand. Inspired by Thailand’s delectable street food, the menu at SriThai Kitchen features irresistible dishes that marry all four flavors–salty, sour, sweet, and spicy–for a flavor-explosive experience. SriThai offers a savory selection of appetizers, sushi, and noodles including the classic Pad Thai (rice noodle in Pad Thai sauce with shrimp, chicken, bean sprout, scallion, and egg served with crushed peanut and lime); Pad Si Ew (wide rice noodle sautéed with sweet black soy sauce, broccoli, and egg with chicken, pork, tofu, shrimp, beef or squid); and Kuai Tieu Reu (boat noodle soup with beef or pork).
SriThai will settle into a suite at The Point, located at 1540 Avenue Place in the Druid Hills area, among the shopping center’s array of restaurants and specialty stores like Desta Ethiopian Kitchen, Code Ninjas, LOFT, and Emily J Aveda Spa. An official opening date has not yet been announced; however, SriThai Kitchen & Sushi Bar is currently open for dine-in, curbside pick-up, and delivery at its three other locations.