Not out of Dukes of Hazzard: traditional joint actually named for an owner’s Thai uncle. Mom-and-pop team with Per Se experience drop some Thai home cooking on Soho. Rotisserie and charcoal g... read more
Focuses on everybody’s favorite Vietnamese soup, although you’ll also find Thai influence, this being Hell’s Kitchen and all. Chef started out as a Frisco critic before getting ho... read more
Founding chef Pichet Ong crosses over to the savory side and Williamsburg, takes his inspiration from his Bangkok childhood with him. Green jackfruit curry, charcoal-grilled prawns, five-spice... read more
Fatty Crew peeps partner up with Top Chef’s Leah Cohen to drop some big Asian flavor on the LES. Thai and Filipino inspirations abound, with a little Indian tossed in for good measure. Pair u... read more
James Beard winner Andy Ricker brings his Portlandia expertise to the LES. Small shop puts the focus on doing one thing right, in this case the phatest of pad Thais. Classic version starts with... read more
Fresh Thai nook on Ninth. Colorful plates deck one wall, across from a mural of a naked woman. All kinds of noodle dishes: kea mao, pad Thai, ba mee. Tom yum soup’s also a draw. Place is BYOB... read more
Buffalo, your time has passed. James Beard winner Andy Ricker brings his Portlandia phenomenon to the BK. Ike’s Wings marinate fresh chicken in garlic, sugar, and fish sauce, add some caramel... read more
After a decade of dues paying, Kensington takeout shop adds a bistro in Ditmas. Proper sit-down space good for date nights, with flowers, gold-embossed walls, and dandelion-esque light fixtures ove... read more
Last Hell’s Kitchen address that wasn’t already a high-design Thai place finally spoken for. Tricked-out blue lighting against gray walls for nightclub effects. (DJ booth and bar by the... read more
Parents in town? Hot date? Forgo the college crowds for modernized authentic Thai cuisine from former Kittichai chef Ngamprom "Hong" Thaimee. Exposed brick displays chalkboard menus of the amorphou... read more
Founding chef Pichet Ong crosses over to the savory side, takes inspiration from his Bangkok childhood. Green jackfruit curry, charcoal-grilled prawns, five-spice stewed beef. Ong has moved on,... read more
Ur-Top Chef Harold Dieterle joins his Perilla partner for sophisto Thai in the Village. Traditional dishes, with Western technique and local ingredients. Small plates good for sharing, gamy ingredi... read more
Aussie Adam Woodfield drops sleek Thai on the West Village. Namesake betel appears with smoked sea trout and rolled chicken apps. Entrées combine pork and tamarind, tofu and wild ginger, Wag... read more
Designy NYU fusion staple. Slick look, with long benches, low lights, metal accents. Plies the Asian-cafeteria waters with quick, affordable versions of regional faves. Small plates of soba and shu... read more
An early adopter of the High Line before it opened, the nutty retro-modern looks of the place shouldn't dissuade. Good cosmopolitan Thai offerings not too futuristic nor too authentic, and prices a... read more
Chipper atmo compensates for just-okay bites. Front glass rolls back in warm weather, more fresh air available in back garden. Open kitchen and takeout counter keep main dining space bustling. Tai ... read more
Everybody says they want authentic Thai cuisine, but are they willing to sweat for it? Are they willing to cry? Because that's what a meal at Ayada will cost you (that and a couple of bucks). It's ... read more
Heavy design grabs the eye from drab Ninth Avenue. Green glowing lightboxes and nightclub lighting. Exposed brick side wall keeps things grounded. Fusiony Thai food aesthetically pleasing as well. ... read more
Space-age Thai spot delivers Bizarro World menu where all the meat is made of veggies. Crispy fake-duck to start you off, with pineapple, cashews, and lime-chili paste dressing. Follow with steak t... read more
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