How does a pad thai and chorizo dish come together? At Nitally’s in St. Pete, it’s simple – and delicious.
Nit Jintaseranee and Ally Valdez, husband-and-wife owners and chefs at Nitally’s, have had success in fusing their respective cultures from Thailand and Mexico for over six years in South Pasadena. Now, they’ve opened up a second location in St. Pete after leaving St. Pete’s Grand Central District last year.
For Nitally’s rookies, know that even “mild” dishes can have quite a kick. Order carefully. The new location, at 1163 Dr. MLK Jr. St. N, is open Tuesday through Saturday.