The Lucky Bee

Row 1

252 Broome St (btwn Orchard & Ludlow St)
New York, NY 10002
(917) 262-0329
Thai, Cocktail
$ $ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: 5:30 PM–11:30 PM Fri–Sat: 5:30 PM–1:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • The coconut chicken curry is phenomenal, as are the fried chicken wings. All the entrees are like 1.5x sized, so fairly reasonably priced. Not quite Uncle Boons good, but worth going to.
  • Excellent music. Good flavors but nothing mind blowing.
  • These delectable pockets of goodness from The Lucky Bee are filled with sesame and pork, then topped with Chinese black vinegar, ginger and a sprinkling of cilantro.
  • Cocktails are awesome. Oysters and chicken wings were super tasty. Sit at the bar.
  • Coconut chicken
  • Everything is great! $1 oysters during happy hour. Coconut chicken is mild and delicious.
  • This new farm-to-table Southeast Asian cafe has unique atmosphere with 60's style lamps and stripes all around. The food is equally as unique with coconut-braised short ribs as the headliner.
  • Amazing innovative menu & the owners are delightful!! Try the raw oysters with their unique chili sauce & the cocktails served in fresh coconuts! #luckybeeme
  • Treat yourself to a $3 Tiger Beer at The Lucky Bee as you explore the LES' 100 GATES Project, an open-art exhibition comprised of 100 street murals painted by notable artists on exterior gates.
  • Betel Leaf of crab & dumplings were off the chain. Awesome vibes, decor and Aussie hospitality at this buzzing spot.
  • Red curry, coconut braised short ribs, pork belly buns were all outstanding. Great cocktails too.
  • Curry Braised Short Rib
  • Overpriced Thai food. Wasn't overly impressed.
  • Excellent cocktails with delicious dumplings and curry dishes
  • Best Thai food in NYC! The duck laap, Siu's lobster congee, chicken wings... Omg everything is amazing here
  • Meh. The food is good but service is slow & disorganized. Space is laid out oddly as well. If you must try it, I recommend the Khao Soi and green curries, dumplings, papaya salad & tapioca dessert.
  • Get a large plate and a small plate to share between 2. The coconut chicken was so tasty and try the dumplings too.
  • Coconut poached chicken
  • tasty appetizers, but overall not quite worth the hype
  • The space is kind of cramped and the decor is too kitschy. While the food is good, a lot of it is too sweet, overpriced, and definitely not on par with the best Thai spots in NYC.