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The 8 Best Thai Restaurants in New York City

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The 8 Best Thai Restaurants in New York City
New York City has hundreds of Thai eateries across it’s five boroughs, but we’re only concentrating on the cream of the crop here. Check out the eight best Thai restaurants in NYC.

Over the last ten years New York City has seen an explosion of Thai eateries. Check out SecretNYC’s eight go-to Thai Spots in the city:

 

Pye Boat Noodle

First meal in da NYC!!!!!! Asian food ofc we r such ching chongs ???

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Serving up Thai street food, specializing in noodles. Pye Boat Noodle in the heart of Astoria, their boat noodle soups is so good they named the restaurant after it.

SriPraPhai

  •  Where –?64-13 39th Ave
  • Reviews:
    • Google – 4.4/5
    • Trip Advisor – 4.5/5
    • Yelp – 4/5

You’ll get traditional hot and spicy Thai dishes at this renowned spot. Depending on the day, you might see long lines. Thanksfully the food is worth the wait.

Thai Market

Bangkok street market-themed “Thai Market” serves up Thai staples and more exotic specials with an authentic Bangkok flare. If you’re a big fan of Thai Curries, THIS is the place for you.

Larb Ubol

What i’m craving for for 2 weeks!! #thaifood #nyc #หายเลี่ยนละ ???

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  • Where –?480 9th Ave
  • Reviews:
    • Google – 4.4/5
    • Trip Advisor – 4/5
    • Yelp – 4/5

Serving up mouthwatering Northeastern Thai cuisine, Larb Ubol offers spicey eats that will satisfy to the most ardent lover of Thai food. Head over at lunch for some big discounts.

Uncle Boons Sister

Perfect night for Khao Kaa Muu-our Soy & Anise Braised Pork Shank & Rice ?@alexmuccilli

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  • Where –? 203 Mott St
  • Reviews:
    • Google – 4.8/5
    • Trip Advisor – 4.5/5
    • Yelp – 3.5/5

This spinoff (or sibling if you like) of the popular Uncle Boons offers a counter-serve fast-casual menu of creative Thai eats to eat in or take out.

Kiin Thai
  • Where –?36 E 8th St
  • Reviews:
    • Google – 4.1/5
    • Trip Advisor – 4/5
    • Yelp – 4/5

This Central and Northern Thai spot offers delicious food served in a simple, modern setting with a small bar. Kiin Thai is an affiliate of Som Tum Der, another NYC Thai “must-visit” in the East Village

Bennie Thai Cafe

Boat noodle soup (Namtok soup). Come try our Thai food! #NYC #FultonStreet #FinancialDistrict

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  • Where –? 88 Fulton St
  • Reviews:
    • Google – 3.9/5
    • Trip Advisor – 4/5
    • Yelp – 3.5/5

Though this eatery is at basement level, this is brightly lit, bustling spot hits the mark for lovers of Thai cuisine. The prices are reasonable and it’s not going to disappoint lovers of spice.

Bangkok Bar

House Made Khao Soi, Thai Curry Noodle, A Chang Mai speciality #breakfast #lunch #dinner

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  • Where –?230 Park Ave
  • Reviews:
    • Google – 4.1/5
    • Trip Advisor – 3/5
    • Yelp – 2.5/5

This Midtown eatery, located in Urbanspace Vanderbilt, offers a variety of This Dishes prepared within eyeshot of diners. The menu is deceptively simple but undeniably delicious.