10 Best Thai Restaurants In NYC
If you are looking to satisfy your craving for Thai food but are not sure where to head, take a look at these 10 best Thai restaurants in NYC. If you are visiting New York City or even if you live in the city there are always new restaurants cropping up.
- Osha. A fairly trendy Thai restaurant in the upper east side, Osha offers a good variety of specials at reasonable prices. The food is consistently good with a attentive wait staff.
- Sripraphai. Sripraphai is probably one of the most well known Thai restaurants in the city. Great service from a helpful wait staff, along with authentic food at reasonable prices make this a great pick for your next Thai night.
- Chao Thai. This may just be a little hole in the wall, but it has some of the most authentic Thai food in New York City. With an extensive menu offering many different options Chao Thai has something for everyone.
- Sea. Sea offers its diners a modern atmosphere when dining in their Brooklyn location. As one of five locations Sea in Brooklyn offers great Thai food at reasonable prices. One of the more trendy restaurants on the list, but well worth a visit.
- Prem-On Thai. This South Village restaurant has delicious food served with great presentation. It has a full bar and an extensive menu that offers lunch and dinner.
- Pinto. Pinto offers the feel of a little bistro with the flavors of Thai. Their signature lunch is a $10 lunch box where you can pick your salad, appetizer, and entree and they will bring it out to you in a box.
- Pongrsi. Pongrsi has been around for over 20 years, and there is a reason for this. There are now four locations in the city so you can enjoy their food before or after the theater, while visiting Chinatown, as well as in Gramercy Park, and now in Chelsea.
- Pam Real Thai Food. Pam Real Thai was opened in 2001 by chef/owner Pam Panyasiri. She grew up on her mothers Thai cooking and has incorporated it into her restaurant. Located in the theater district and in Hell's kitchen this is real authentic thai food.
- Joya. Located in Brooklyn, Joya offers generous portions at very reasonable prices. It is tucked away on a side street with a nice atmosphere if you want to stay away from the more trendy restaurants. Make sure you go prepared though because this restaurant is cash only.
- Song. Song is a Thai favorite for many in the Brooklyn area. It offers excellent food at reasonable prices. Their takeout is also an excellent option if you don't feel like waiting for a table. Song also has a great bar if you want to go and hang out with friends.