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Phat Eatery Is Celebrating Two Years Of Serving Malaysian Street Food In Katy

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Cool down with three new housemade ice cream flavors at Phat Eatery that include Ube, Pandan Coconut, Milk Tea and Durian. Photos from left to right by: Alex Au-Yeung, Isabel Protomartir and Sabrina Miskelly

Posted: June 18, 2020 at 2:43 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

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Gather your appetite and head to Phat Eatery at  23119 Colonial Parkway in Katy! This go-to spot for Malaysian street food has a full lineup of exciting reasons to visit in June. This month, join owner Alex Au-Yeung in celebration of the restaurant’s two-year anniversary and explore new culinary offerings, too. Place orders online or by calling (832) 913-6382. Phat Eatery is open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays.

  • In commemoration of the restaurant’s 2018 opening, guests can enjoy a special anniversary menu available June 19 through June 28. Specials include $2 Roti Canai and $2 Karbach Brewing Love Street beer. There are also two new chef specials to try: Coconut Prawns (jumbo prawns, oatmeal, toasted coconut, curry leaf and bird’s eye chili) are $26 and Ikan Bakar (whole barbecue-grilled golden pomfret in spicy belacan sauce) is $32. Orders of $50 or more include a FREE frozen variety pack of Phat Eatery’s new housemade dim sum to enjoy at home or work. The dim sum menu includes Har Gau (crystal prawn dumpling with housemade mustard), Siu Mai (shrimp and pork dumpling), Shrimp Siu Mai (Shrimp dumpling), BBQ Pork Buns (steamed buns with barbecue pork) and Sticky Rice in Lotus Leaf (chicken, shiitake). Phat Eatery has accumulated an assortment of accolades in its short lifetime, including a positive review in 2019 from Houston Chronicle restaurant critic Alison Cook and winning the Lone Star Entree Champion Reserve award for its Beef Rendang at the 2020 Houston Rodeo Uncorked! Best Bites Competition.
  • Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21 and is a superb time to share good food and company with the important man (or men) in your life. Make holiday mealtime easy with delicious food available in-house or for takeout and delivery. Favorites include award-winning and Kerabu Prawn. There are also party trays available for 8 to 10 and 16 to 20 people. Choose from selections of small bites, beef, chicken and seafood, stir fried noodles, rice and vegetables. Popular options are Roti Canai with curry dip, Salt And Pepper Calamari, Beef Rendang, Sambal Prawns, Mee Goreng (noodles); Pineapple Fried Rice and Green Bean Belacan.
  • Just introduced earlier this year, the fun and mysterious Feed Me! experience has proven to be one of Phat Eatery’s most popular dining experiences. It offers diners a creative way to discover new favorite dishes. Simply share your preferred ingredient likes, dislikes, spice level and if you live with any allergies with your server, and the kitchen will create a customized six-course menu for your group. The fun is in not knowing what will end up on the table — but with the assurance that it will absolutely taste delicious! Full table participation is required, but the minimum table size is just two people. The Feed Me! menu is available daily during dinner, including weekends. The cost is $38 per person.
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Phat Eatery in Katy is grilling up a celebration for its two year anniversary! Visit for new specials along fan favorite beef, chicken or crispy tofu satay skewers served with peanut satay sauce. Photo by Chuck Cook Photography

Combat summer’s relentless heat with cooling, housemade Phat Eatery ice cream! The current creamy delights are Pandan (toasted coconut, milk, sugar, curry), Durian (Malaysian durian, milk, sugar) and Ube (purple yam, milk, sugar). The refreshing dessert is also available for dine-in at both locations of ramen shop Samurai Noodle.

Phat Eatery is open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays.


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