52 "Thai" Restaurants in New York.
Thai Market on the Upper West Side specializes in Bangkok street food, so make sure to order a couple of snacks to start.
Mao Mao is a fun subterranean Thai restaurant in Bushwick that specializes in ya dong, a fermented, herb-based liquor.
Like its East Village location, Somtum Der in Red Hook makes consistently good Thai food. Plus they have a backyard.
The Nuaa Table is a Thai spot in Prospect Heights where you should go to eat Jasmine tea-smoked ribs on their turf-covered outdoor patio.
This Thai vendor in Essex Market specializes in Hainan chicken rice and crispy fried chicken bánh mì.
Top Thai Vintage is a halal Thai spot in Greenwich Village with great crispy tamarind duck.
7 Elephants is a takeout-only Thai spot on East Broadway that makes a delicious, peanutty massaman curry.
Thai Farm Kitchen’s Seaport location serves some of the best Thai food in Manhattan.
Little Tiffin is our go-to for Thai takeout and delivery in Greenpoint, and it should be yours too.
Jintana Thai Farmhouse serves some of the best Thai food in Park Slope.
Soothr is a Thai restaurant on East 13th Street with a gazebo-like backyard and Bangkok specialties that are difficult to find in NYC.
There’s only one thing at the menu at Eim Khao Mun Kai: a Thai version of Hainanese chicken. It comes with a side of broth, and it’s very good.