Nit Noi has several locations in Houston and the one that I am going to review is the one between Woodway and Voss at 6395 Woodway. The prices of the restaurant are not too expensive but are not cheap either, and the ambiance is crisp and friendly.
This place can be an excellent choice for a first date or even to celebrate an anniversary.
For appetizers you can choose from crispy spring rolls or soft spring rolls for $2.95, Thai sausages for $5.95, or even the Nit Noi Wrap, which is stir- fried chicken lettuce wrap for $8.95 and you can share this one with someone. For soups you can order different sizes such as small which is a cup, medium or large, and you have choices between hot and sour, egg drop, and vegetable. Soups are a great choice especially during the autumn and winter months.
As far as the entrées go, they also have a wide range, and the best way to sample their menu is to order different plates and share them. One of their most popular items is
Putt-Thai Korat which is stir-fried rice noodles with a choice of meat, eggs, bean
sprouts and Green Onions for $9.95, or you can order the Putt Woon-Sen which is stir-fried, clear noodles with meat, eggs, bean sprouts, green onions and a variety of spices for the same price. For the rice portion you can order the Everyday Rice which is
sautéed pork and vegetables with a fried egg over steamed rice for $9.95 or the Thai Fried Rice which is a choice of beef, chicken or pork for $9.95 or with shrimp or crabmeat for $11.95, then there is another delicious choice which is the Ginger Fried Rice with Sweet Basil with a choice of beef, chicken, pork, shrimp or crabmeat.
For the meat entrées they have a great dish called Toam-Kha-Gai which is chunky chicken soup with coconut milk and different herbs for $11.95 or chicken or beef curry for $10.95, or even stir-fried chicken or beef with sweet basil and hot peppers for $11.95. For the vegetarians’ the menu is not as vast but they do have choices for example they have stir-fried Tofu with bean sprouts for $11.95 or stir-fried Thai eggplant with garlic sauce, green beans on fire or a vegetables delight dish.