Uncle Boons Sister

Row 1

Details
203 Mott St (Spring St)
New York, NY 10012
(646) 850-9480
Thai
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Very small place with delicious food^^
  • Get the Fai Dang and the Laab
  • They have a few seats inside and outside. Great spot!
  • Fried chicken laab and Thai basil stir fry () were both great!
  • the perfect hungover meal
  • Curried lamb pastry to start, then the phat thai or Thai omelette with crab or duck leg rice! Milk toast to end if youre still not full. Small space so just grab some take out if its too packed.
  • Pad Thai is delicious
  • Its a takeout Thai restaurant serving decidedly non Thai takeout cooking. Im here once a week, heres the order: beef basil stir fry, plus any of the appetizers. Theyre all good.
  • UBSs papaya salad with avocado (and, if youre super hungry, chicken) is a perfect lunch. Add a house-made sparkling limeade, find bliss.
  • Sitting outside with a cold beer and Aeb Plaa makes for a pretty great evening
  • Papaya salad, pad Thai with chicken and Thai iced tea FTW!
  • Pad Thai with and chicken and prawns
  • You know that feeling when you discover a great new takeout joint? Enjoyed everything from the fried chicken to Phat Thai noodles and Phat Bai. Eye watering spice.
  • Love the Pad Thai. Easily one of the best around the city.
  • Best thing was the lamb pastry off the snack menu. Everything else was a little underwhelming
  • NYT Hungry City (12/2017): "Moo ping (pork skewers); mataba (curried lambpastry);pad Thai; khanom jeen nam ya poo (crab curry); sai oua (sausage); pad bai horapha (short ribstir-fry);milk toast."
  • Expensive, but some of the best Thai food Ive ever had my entire life!
  • Helal sana
  • Here, Redding and Danzer offer their version of Thai takeout dishes like pad Thai and beef and basil stir-fry. A satisfying meal can cost well under $20.
  • Totally & unapologetically authentic Thai food. The space may be tiny, but they don't pull any punches with the use of fish sauce & Thai chiles. Don't miss the Laab or Thai Sausage. WinstonWanders.com