TULSA’S TRADITIONAL THAI DINING
- My guest today is Noot Jintaseranee. She is the owner of My Thai Kitchen on Harvard and E. 31st Street. My Thai Kitchen specializes in traditional Thai noodles, curries, soups & salads served in a compact, colorful dining room.
WHAT WE DISCUSS
- Noot and I discuss coming to the U.S. as a young child. She talks about the significance of growing up in a family of hard-working entrepreneurs. She shares about studying business at the University of Oklahoma. We hear about her parents having to shut down Thai Siam, their popular Thai food restaurant, due to health complications. She talks about taking a break from restaurant life to deal with her body pains and aches. You will hear about how she started My Thai Kitchen with her own money, being terrified for the first several years, Covid affecting sales and supply prices. At the end, she shares her most popular dishes including Pad Thai, Panang, Drunken Noodle, Tom Yum, and much more.
- Without further ado, this is Noot Jintaseranee of My Thai Kitchen.
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