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99 3rd Ave (at E 13th St)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 777-8428
Thai, Asian
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: Noon–11:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Please come by and say "Hi" to me in the kitchen!
  • We got a heap of Thai chili wings and a Lao beer for $10 at happy hour - not bad, not bad at all.
  • Second best egg on a meal I've ever had- dish is the "quack and kale". Comparable to the egg+mushroom pizza at ABC Kitchen
  • Say hi to Hong, the lovely owner, who loves to greet her customers
  • If they have the duck pad Thai special, get it. Crispy fried duck is a great touch and the noodles, delicious.
  • I love this place. Pomegranate mimosa is perfect. Tom Kha soup is smooth and just the right spice. Green curry fried rice could be spicier but I'll just ask for more spice next time.
  • Chicken pad Thai + Singha = success
  • Never had a bad meal here. Have had all the curries, the lamb roti pot pie, mushroom spring rolls, wings, pork belly, and of course my fave zucchini pad Thai... All cooked to perfection.
  • Spring rolls are great. They come with a light, orange ginger sauce.
  • The go-to thai delivery spot. Drunken noodles and pad Thai were fantastic. Finally found a place that actually makes dishes spicy enough.
  • They should call this "thai food for the middle American palate". Disappointed given the positive reviews. I guess I like authentic thai, in particular Isaan, so maybe I'm not the target audience.
  • Really great Thai food!!!
  • Lamb massaman roti is... wow. Spicy, sweet, original, delicious.
  • Many of the cocktails here are inspired by the food menu. The Tom Yum Shot for example, is similar in taste to the spicy hot-and-sour soup, but elevated w/ a glug of tequila and a salt-and-chile rim.
  • The Chiang Mai fries are amazing!
  • 99c oysters all night long. Blue Points come with drizzle of soy & fish oil, Thai peppers, lime. tiny salmon row & wisp of grapefruit
  • I like their spicy drunken noodle the most. Delicious!
  • Amazing Pad Thai, $3 beers, overall cheap & delicious. A hidden gem of Manhattan
  • If you are looking for Thai for a healthier twist, this is the place. But I'm more for the traditional, greasy yet super fragrant Thai dishes in hole in a wall kind of places.
  • Get the drunken noodles or the red curry. Both were great. The green papaya salad looked amazing. I need to try it.