Bangkok House serves up authentic Thai food at an affordable price from the basement of a building in New York City Theater District.
Located on the well-known Restaurant Row on 46th street (between 8th and 9th avenues), Bangkok House offers authentic Thai dishes for an affordable price. The ambiance is simple, calm and serene, which mirrors the essence of Thailand. The restaurant is spacious and an excellent place to hold dinner conversation because of its mellow atmosphere.
As for the food, customers have the option of a prefix menu for $20, in which they’ll receive soup, appetizer, salad, entrée, and dessert. Dinners also have the option of ordering from the general menu as well. No matter what you order you most certainly have enough food to take for lunch the next day.
There are several choices on both menus, including coconut chicken soup, spring rolls, Pad Thai noodles or stir fry style dishes with vegetarian, poultry, and seafood options. To end your feast you can have fried bananas or a simple scoop of ice cream.
Bangkok House is open from 11:30 am- 11:30 pm Monday through Sunday to cater to the theater patrons. Next time you are coming from a theater show or just in the neighborhood be sure to swing by.