Jun
08

Try this Thai

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As a former Davis resident, I find a strange sense of pride as great new restaurants and shops continue to populate the downtown landscape. One of Davis’ newest additions caught my eye recently when a  friend described it as “Thai restaurant by day, club by night.” A nightclub in Davis? It can’t be so.

But it is! Perhaps more exciting than the fact that Ketmoree keeps Davis’ blood pumping into the late night hours with a stylish bar and DJ is the fact that the food there is really, really tasty! I first dined at Ketmoree for lunch over a month ago and have literally craved the Spicy Tome Kah (Coconut soup with mushroom, green onion, and cilantro) ever since.

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My dining partner in crime (aka my Mom) also treated me to the 2K Thai Lettuce Wraps which were equally tasty with a light and refreshing profile.

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Lastly, we feasted on the Yum Nua (Grilled beef tenderloin, red onion, green onion, cilantro pitched with a mild lime dressing). How could we not order something with “yum” in the name? It certainly lived up to our expectations.

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Shh! Don’t tell anyone, but rumor has it that plans are in the works for a Ketmoree in Sacramento too! An insider told us that we’re still a good one or two years away from that, so I’m keeping my fingers crossed in the meantime.

Ketmoree
238 G Street
Davis, CA 95616
(530) 759-2255

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  • Christine | Jun 8, 2009 at 3:49 pm

    I highly recommend Ketmoree’s Mango Salad: it’s full of flavor with cilantro, coconut flakes and cashews. It should have “yum” in its name.


  • Pozycjonowanie | Jun 9, 2009 at 3:35 am

    Brittany, these look absolutely delicious! Believe it or not, but I’ve never actually had the pleasure of trying thai food – there are no thai places near by and I don’t travel much …
    Anyway, thank you for a great review, I’ll show it to my hubby. He likes to eat so much, I bet we’ll be on a plane to CA in no time ;)