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Longtail Kitchen: Thai Restaurant in New Westminster

Diana Chan August 12, 2013 Four Beakers, New Westminster, Thai

Longtail Kitchen

After seeing some photos on instagram and a few people in the Twitterverse, I just had to make a visit to Longtail Kitchen in New Westminster for some Thai food.

Longtail Kitchen

The interior was very cute with a variety of items arranged on the wall.  The tables are not too crowded and has a very casual atmosphere. It’s a great place for lunch.

Longtail Kitchen

Thai Iced Tea ($2) was very good. It was not too sweet and it reminded me more of like a Thai version of milked tea.

Longtail Kitchen

Fresh Tumeric Curry of Ling cod and Mussels ($10) the mussels were very juicy and plump. The curry was very well balanced! Yum.

Longtail Kitchen

The above dish came with rice too. It’s a good ratio of rice to broth too. You’ll still have some broth left over.

Longtail Kitchen

Changmai Style Curry Noodle ($10) M ordered this dish and he enjoyed it. It’s not very large, but it is packed full of flavor.

Longtail Kitchen

Crispy Longtail Chicken Wings ($8) was really good, but its not like Phnom Penh’s wings. It has a crunchy exterior surface and the meat is quite moist. I’m not exactly sure what spices are in it, but it was good.

Longtail Kitchen

Overall, M and I enjoyed eating at Longtail Kitchen and would return again. You wouldn’t really discover this place because its hidden in the River Market at the Westminster Quay. It’s easily accessible by skytrain or there is paid parking around the area.

We Rate Longtail Kitchen

Address:
116- 810 Quayside Drive
New Westminster,BC

Website:
http://www.longtailkitchen.com/

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About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.