STIX Soft Opening Very Soon in Park ‘N’ Shop in Concord

Park ‘N’ Shop, Concord

STIX Eatery, a new restaurant featuring Southeast Asian cooking from Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam is soft opening very soon, possibly this week in the Park ‘N’ Shop center where McDonald’s used to be. Check out their menu here and check for updates on their Facebook page here. This place looks intriguing, I look forward to trying this place out! I’ve had plenty of Thai and Vietnamese food but I don’t believe I’ve ever tried Singaporean cuisine before. What are some recommended dishes to try?

From their website:

Walk through the bustling streets of many a Southeast Asian-city and you’ll find your senses bombarded by the aromas, vibrancy, and the variety of food available. Southeast Asian countries are known for their spiced-infused flavors, perfectly balanced by the use of brighter ingredients like ginger or lime. The use of chili for heat and tamarind for tartness bring a pleasant tang to the cuisine and leaves you wanting more.

The STIX Eatery menu composition: 40% skewers, 60% non-skewer deliciousness, and 100% delectable. As our name suggests, we focus heavily on grilling succulent, well-seasoned meat on sticks. However, in no way does that mean we neglect the quality of the other 60% of our cuisine. We simply want to give our customers as many options as possible–because who doesn’t like variety when it comes to food?

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  • Nick

    Glad to see something interesting is filling this space. Singaporean cuisine is very diverse with a mix of lots of eastern (mostly Chinese, but also Indian & Malay) and some western (mostly British/Portuguese) influences.

  • kristenlazzara

    Just had dinner here tonight. They’ve only been open a week and the word isn’t quite out yet. The dishes recommended by Ko were delicious – the coconut rice ball salad and the street food meatballs. They don’t have their wine and beer license yet, so you can BYOB for now. I’ll be back to try more items on the menu. This is a sister restaurant of Savanh (formerly Bangkok Restaurant) in Pleasant Hill which has always had excellent food at super reasonable prices.