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Where To Get Thai Delivery & Takeout In NYC
29 places that are open and ready to send you Thai food.
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Chalong is a spacious Thai spot in Hell's kitchen that serves exciting, rarely-seen seafood dishes.
Pranakhon serves Thai food that's a step-up from your favorite takeout spot in a theme park-like setting near Union Square.
Zaab Zaab's second location, this Williamsburg restaurant has a spacious, colorful dining room and a menu full of irrationally flavorful Isan Thai food.
If you've never met a chili you didn't like, this Northern Thai restaurant on the UES is for you.
Kru is a Thai restaurant in Williamsburg serving vibrant, exciting food that makes excellent use of Hudson Valley produce.
Random Access is one of the best restaurants near Penn Station. They serve everything from classic beef noodle soup to crab curry mac and cheese.
Up a secret tiger-themed staircase in the East Village, you'll find this Japanese and Thai speakeasy. Prepare for tons of uni, smoky cocktails, and a loud, lively scene.
Lil Chef Mama
Lil Chef Mama should be your first choice for a Thai meal in FiDi. Be sure to focus on their house specials.
Tea Cup Cafe
Tea Cup Cafe is a cozy spot in Elmhurst where you can listen to Thai pop music while enjoying snacks and desserts with a bunch of friends.
THEP is a Thai restaurant on the Upper East Side with an attractive space but uneven food.
This small Hell’s Kitchen Thai restaurant serves perfectly cooked chicken on rice, prepared three ways. It’ll become your new go-to lunch spot in the area.
This bright, beachy restaurant in Hell's Kitchen serves some of the best Thai seafood in the city.
Thai Sidewalk is a street cart just a block away from the Dumbo waterfront that makes an excellent $20 lobster roll.
Essex Pearl in the Market Line on the Lower East Side has a seafood-heavy, Southeast Asian menu, and it's great for a casual date.
Thai Diner is a practically flawless Nolita restaurant from the team behind Uncle Boons. Eat here.
Pye Boat Noodle
At Pye Boat Noodle, there’s a bottle of fish sauce on every table. This is for the boat noodles, which you should definitely order.
Soothr is a Thai restaurant on East 13th Street with a gazebo-like backyard and Bangkok specialties that are difficult to find in NYC.
Thai Farm Kitchen
Go out of your way to eat the tom yum soup and pad thai at Thai Farm Kitchen in Kensington.
SriPraPhai is a Woodside favorite that’s been serving some of NYC’s best Thai food for over two decades.