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Whether you’re looking for the familiar comfort of pad Thai or really want to spice things up, Voices Places can help you find the best Thai cuisine in New York. Professional reviews and user reviews make every restaurant easy to find, and you can also search by neighborhood!

Thai in New York

  • Sripraphai
    64-13 39th Ave. | Woodside

    Watch the No. 7 el rush by ablaze with light at this working-class canteen, for years the only authentic Thai restaurant in town, and the one we will always respect for teaching us how good Thai... More on Sripraphai »

  • Thailand's Center Point
    63-19 39th Ave. | Woodside

    This northern-style Thai restaurant makes a fine alternative to Sripraphai, with an overlapping menu, and food every bit as good. Thailand's Center Point is tiny, conjoined to a grocery store that... More on Thailand's Center Point »

  • Kin Shop
    469 Sixth Ave. | Greenwich Village

    While chef Harold Dieterle's first Village restaurant added Southeast Asian touches to what was basically a bistro menu, Kin Shop goes whole hog when it comes to adapting and transforming Thai... More on Kin Shop »

  • Zabb Elee
    75 Second Ave. | East Village

    In New York City, and especially outside of Queens, it's hard to find food from Thailand's Isan region. That is, until now. Zabb Elee has just opened an East Village outpost in what was formerly... More on Zabb Elee »

  • Pok Pok NY
    127 Columbia St. | Brooklyn

    Chef Andy Ricker brings us terrific, mostly traditional Thai food by way of Portland, Oregon. And yes, it's worth braving the notoriously long lines at Pok Pok Ny for these humble, exuberant... More on Pok Pok NY »

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  • Chao Thai Too
    83-47 Dongan Ave. | Flushing

    Located in the same Elmhurst neighborhood, this offspring of Chao Thai – which may be the city’s best Siamese restaurant – is the equal of its parent in quality, with an expanded menu that... More on Chao Thai Too »

  • Am-Thai Chili Basil Kitchen
    359 McDonald Ave. | Brooklyn

    As the name implies, the place really is just a kitchen, with a single table inside and another outside. Nevertheless, the Thai food is splendid, favoring the fare of Bangkok and the southern... More on Am-Thai Chili Basil Kitchen »

  • Bennie's
    88 Fulton St. | Financial District

    The windows of the subterranean Bennie's face a cityscape mural, as if you needed something to look at besides the excellent Thai fare--multiple rad yums and noodle dishes with flavors sharper and... More on Bennie's »

  • Nusara Thai Kitchen
    82-80 Broadway | Elmhurst

    Nusara is located in what might be the most delicious strip mall outside of Flushing-it sits alongside a Malaysian restaurant, a Cantonese roast meat spot, and two Vietnamese pho places. The menu... More on Nusara Thai Kitchen »

  • Chao Thai
    85-03 Whitney Ave. | Elmhurst

    Challenging the culinary hegemony of Sripraphai, Chao Thai offers dishes from several regions. From the north comes the fiery salad yum nam sod, featuring ground pork, purple onions, the basil... More on Chao Thai »

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