We only found out about Little Serow's existence last week, but it turns out the new Thai restaurant from the folks behind Komi very quietly opened its doors to the public right around that same time. Of course, it was mainly friends and family in the door last week — though co-owner Anne Marler says they still managed to have a wait over the weekend. Still, she says, it makes for a nice change after years of having to turn people away at Komi to operate without any reservations.
Of course, it's likely to still be challenging to get a seat at the 28-seat restaurant that only accepts walk-ins, but the website indicates that they will text you when your table is ready. Marler says she and chef Johnny Monis designed the restaurant together with its sea green walls, dim lighting, long table in the center and flickering candles. Photography was not permitted but, naturally, Yelpers are all over it if you want to take a looksee. The menu will rotate each week and will be posted on Little Serow's website, but they kindly provided Eater with a copy of the first week's menu for your perusal.