It's Valentines Day 2018 and I discovered a new Thai place in the neighborhood! My wife and I went to Thai Duvall for lunch today and it was nothing short of spectacular. This little place actually outside our neighborhood though and in a place where most Seattleites would rarely frequent or visit. It's only 7 miles east of our hometown but in a rural location affectionately known as "The Snoqualmie Valley". The actual city is Duvall with only about 7000 people and it sits between two other hotspots in Monroe and Carnation. If you haven't been to any of those places you are not alone. Most surprising is that this place has been operating out of Duvall for the past 20 years. It's family run and the food is fresh and authentic. We got started with the "Fresh Rolls" for appetizers and although simple and straightforward they were absolutely fantastic. Freshly made with lettuce, prawns, and carrots all wrapped in a soft crepe-like rice wrapper these starters were tasty and light. Made to dip in the spicy peanut sauce, all six of these quickly disappeared just in time for the "Tom Ka Gai" soup and the main entree of "Massaman Curry". There was no room left in the tank for dessert but definitely going back for their mangoes and sticky rice. This new place now on my go to list for local Thai cuisine.