Walking into this unassuming space next to the Dallas Farmers Market, you might think Ka-Tip’s diminutive dining room (oh, just a few tables and room for maybe 20) means small flavor. Nope. Wrong. Big mistake—huge. On their menu, George Kaiho and his wife Yuyee Sakpanichkul Kaiho lovingly bombard you with flavor-packed Thai street food. The two Tei-An vets serve pork belly so simultaneously crisp and tender that it’ll become your porcine standard bearer. The larb gai (ground chicken salad) isn’t shy on spice and we’re here for it, chile-induced sweats and all. And then khao neow, sticky rice that arrives in its own woven rice basket, is the manifestation of doing something so simple, so simply right.