Thai Market

Row 1

960 Amsterdam Ave (at W 107th St.)
New York, NY 10025
(212) 280-4575
$ $
Mon–Thu: Noon–11:00 PM Fri–Sat: Noon–11:30 PM Sun: Noon–10:30 PM

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  • Decorated like a Southeast Asian market this place has the quirk of one too - Here that means food far hotter, sauces more tart and even portions more generous.
  • A good selection of two-course lunch specials is available for $8 (before tax and gratuity) between noon and 3:30 pm everyday, including weekend.
  • Skirt Steak- yum!
  • More than decent Thai for the neighborhood, even if it falls short of hardcore authenticity.
  • Ask special menu 'pineapple fried rice!' It is really awesome! And flat spice noodle! :)
  • The skirt skeak is out of this world!!
  • Most wonderfully seasoned skirt steak I've ever had! Marinated in chili garlic puree and served with green tea sticky rice + perfectly sauteed vegetables. A must try!
  • Love the soft shell crab and Thai iced tea! Service is great, and the waitress was cute haha.
  • My favorite restaurant in NYC: fav dish is basil minced pork, the trout fish & Thai iced tea :)
  • Good value for lunch (weekdays and weekends)
  • The Pad Se-ew is AMAZING here! Try it with some peanut sauce on top. So good!
  • Steak skirt was great! I can definitely go back again for it.
  • Sit at the's soooo good!!
  • Wonderful Thai iced tea!
  • I just had the skirt steak and washed it down with a Thai iced tea. Awwwweesome. Mango sticky rice --> #ftw
  • Get the skirt steak! Seriously. The steak is cooked to perfection and the sticky rice is super yummy.
  • Great Ambience and delicious Thai Cuisine!! Few Blocks from Columbia University and The Cathedral Of St John The Divine!!
  • Kow Soy is the best thing you never knew you were missing, second only to the Kui Teiw Kua Ped. Wash away your shame with Thai Iced Tea. Check take-out orders carefully - they tend to forget things.
  • one of the best Thai restaurant in the city ! order .... forgot the name but noodle with duck. ohmigad so good
  • Siam duck is tasty, though pretty fatty.