Pure Thai Cookhouse

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Details
766 9th Ave (btwn 51st & 52nd St.)
New York, NY 10019
(212) 581-0999
Thai
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: Noon–10:30 PM Fri: Noon–11:30 PM Sat: Noon–11:00 PM Sun: Noon–10:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Try the beef with chili. Wok-charred beef is tossed w/ kafir lime leaves & green beans, then bathed in a orange-tinted sauce of turmeric & Thai chilies. Its one of our #100best dishes & drinks 2011.
  • Try Sukhothai pork noodle soup ($7 lunch, $9 dinner). "Sweet slices of roasted pork are nestled amongst crunchy long beans and crumbles of ground pork, the dish is lavishly topped with cracklings."
  • One of the better Thai restaurants on this stretch of Ninth Avenue. Crab and pork with stir fried noodles is the signature dish, well worth ordering on a first visit.
  • Try the Thai Ice Tea
  • Come for the friendly waitresses, atrocious music, and delicious food. The rare turmeric beef dish is wonderfully spicy.
  • I lived in thailand, so trust me, the noodles here are legit.
  • The baby back ribs are good enough to be your last meal if you ever end up on death row
  • Voted Best Thai in Midtown Lunch's 2011 Reader's Poll.
  • This place Rock ;-) love egg noodle with roast pork and crab meat !!!! Like was had in Thailand ;-)))))
  • Best Pad Ke Mao I've ever had. Great service, strange but cool music. Of all the places on 9th ave, this is my favorite.
  • The duck noodle soup is a delicious, not spicy option, as are the slightly sweet, slightly chewy pork and crab dry noodles.
  • Cheap Thai in Hell's Kitchen. Go for the ratchaburi crab and pork dry noodle and if you want it spicy just ask!
  • Definitely go for the Ratchaburi Crab & Pork Dry Noodle with a Thai Iced Tea to wash it down.
  • Really polite help though I found the Pad Thai to be a bit bland.
  • Thai ice tea is cute
  • Not sure if i will remember this spot for the great food ( had the spicy beef salad, iced coffee, and crab & pork dry noodles) or the awfully peculiar thai pop they play.
  • Get the Pa-Yao Beef Noodle Soup, the broth has no msg and it's good. It doesn't leave your mouth thirsty. You can ask for more broth if you have 60-70% noodles left.
  • Friendly service, good prices, amazing food! Awesome Thai music and old movie posters too.
  • Pure Thai cookhouse is really worth visiting. Their handmade egg noodles (w/ crab meat) are the best I had this winter. They will change your opinion about thai curry puffs. Also, ice tea!
  • Sukhothai Pork Noodle Soup