29 "Thai" Restaurants in New York.
Uncle Boons isn’t just the best Thai food we’ve eaten in New York City. It’s some of the best food we’ve eaten in New York City, period.
SriPraPhai is a Woodside favorite that’s been serving some of NYC’s best Thai food for over two decades.
Khao Kang is a counter-service spot in Elmhurst where you can get some of the best Thai food in NYC.
Taladwat is a casual Thai restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen where you can get two entrees with rice for $18.
Lamoon is a cash-only, BYOB restaurant in Elmhurst that specializes in Northern Thai food, and it’s a great spot to eat sausage and pork spine soup.
Pig And Khao is a Thai/Filipino restaurant on the LES that serves great food and feels like a party.
Ugly Baby is a little spot in Carroll Gardens serving excellent, authentic Thai food. Come here when you want to try something you haven’t before.
When it comes to Hell’s Kitchen Thai, this is where the magic happens. Prepare to get some spicy in your life, just a short walk from your sad Midtown office.
Authenticity is the name of the game at Somtum Der, an East Village restaurant with one other location – Bangkok. Follow our Food Rundown to navigate the huge menu and avoid the mediocre dishes.
Lovely Day is one of the most reasonably priced restaurants where you can still feel like you've had a fun night out.
Laut is a Thai/Malaysian/Singaporean restaurant just off Union Square, and it’s a good, casual pace to try something other than your usual noodles.
Gai is a tiny takeout spot in Midtown East specialising in Hainese-style steamed chicken. It’s great for a quick, simple lunch.
Wayla is a Thai restaurant on the Lower East Side with very good food and a back patio that feels like a living room.
Kitchen 79 is a casual restaurant in Jackson Heights that serves some really good Thai food.