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Where To Get Thai Delivery And Takeout In NYC

16 places that are open and ready to send you Thai food.

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As you stare into your cupboard and consider rehydrating a bag of brownish red beans for the second time today, it’s important that you know there are still plenty of restaurants around the city doing takeout and delivery. If you’re looking for Thai food in particular, here’s where to start.

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Pye Boat Noodle

Thai  in  Astoria
$$$$ 35-13 Broadway

Soup is good and comforting, and we’d like to nominate it for dish of the week. If you need some, call Pye Boat Noodle in Astoria. Their boat noodles - with three kinds of pork in a fragrant broth - are especially worthwhile, but they also serve a few other soups, as well as some stuff like pad kee mao and dumplings. Call 718-685-2329 or visit their site and order online.

Somtum Der

$$$$ 85 Avenue A

Specializing in Isan Thai food, Somtum Der in the East Village has, unsurprisingly, an impressive selection of somtums. Get one of those crisp, acidic papaya salads to start your meal (the standard tum thai is always a good choice), then go for the larb moo or the fried garlic pork with jasmine rice. And if you call them directly at 212-260-8570, you’ll get 10% off your pickup or delivery.

Fish Cheeks

Thai  in  NOHO
$$$$ 55 Bond St

Everything at Fish Cheeks is currently 25% off. That’s one compelling reason to order from this Nolita Thai spot, and the creamy, slightly spicy coconut crab curry is another. The zabb wings and coconut fried rice are also great choices, and if you need some vegetables, get the vegan green curry. You can place your order online.

Ayada Thai

Thai  in  ElmhurstQueens
$$$$ 7708 Woodside Ave

Ayada is open, and this information should make you feel two to three times better than when you weren’t sure if you could order from this borderline-perfect Thai restaurant in Elmhurst. The drunken noodles are a non-optional order, and we highly suggest you order some curry and add duck. It’s crispy and bountiful, and you want it. Order online for delivery or call 201-482-7585 for pickup.

Lui's Thai Food

$$$$ 128 E 4th St

Much like a Volvo or a friend who never seems to have too much going on, Lui’s Thai Food is reliable. It’s a great option for when all you want to exchange roughly $12 for some pad see ew or a bowl of panang curry, and you can call this East Village restaurant at 646-669-9310 for pickup or delivery.

Song Thai Restaurant & Bar

Thai  in  Park Slope
$$$$ 295 5th Ave

For Thai takeout and delivery around Park Slope, Song is there for you. It’s a go-to in the area for a solid plate of pad see ew or massaman curry, and roughly 90% of the dishes on the menu cost less than $15. Don’t overthink this. Go online or call 718-965-1108 for pickup or delivery.

Lovely Day

Thai  in  Nolita
$$$$ 196 Elizabeth St

With the variety of food they serve, Lovely Day almost qualifies as a diner. This Nolita spot has edamame and miso soup, as well as seared salmon and flank steak with mashed potatoes. But mostly, Lovely Day is a Thai restaurant. It’s a go-to for a solid plate of pad thai or green curry, and they’re currently selling alcohol and a few different groceries too. Call 212-925-3310 for pickup or delivery, or go online to browse the groceries.

Thai Farm Kitchen

$$$$ 416 Church Ave

The tom yum soup at Thai Farm Kitchen deserves its own Netflix series or at least a thoughtful speech given by someone in tuxedo. Order a bowl, and get the pad thai with crispy calamari and tamarind-glazed shrimp. This exceptional Thai spot just south of Prospect Park also has everything from a whole steamed fish to half a roast chicken, and it’s currently doing both delivery and takeout. Order directly from their website, or call 347-533-9368.

Bangklyn East Harlem

$$$$ 2051 2nd Ave

At the northern end of the Upper East Side, Bangklyn serves some excellent tamarind coconut noodles with crab as well as some perfectly crunchy fried chicken with a sweet dipping sauce on the side. Order both of these things, and throw in a Vietnamese iced coffee if sitting exclusively in one corner of your apartment has left you sluggish. Just call 917-790-0597 for pickup or go online for delivery.


Thai  in  ElmhurstQueens
$$$$ 81-40 Broadway

Lamoon is a Northern Thai restaurant in Elmhurst, where the dishes tend to pack so much flavor, you begin to wonder if other restaurants are perhaps holding back. The khao soi and Thai sausage speckled with herbs are necessary, and you should begin every meal from Lamoon with the jackfruit salad or mildly spicy nam prik ong with cucumbers and pork rinds on the side. Go online to order delivery, or call 917-745 1168 for takeout.

Khao Kang

Thai  in  Elmhurst
$$$$ 76-20 Woodside Ave

If you’re looking for a quick lunch or early dinner in Elmhurst, pick up some food from Khao Kang. For around $10, you can pick three dishes and a side of rice, and they usually have an optional fried egg you can throw on top of everything. If you like heat, focus on the curries, and the fried garlic pork is always an intelligent choice as well. Just be aware that this place is pickup-only, and it closes at 7:30pm.

Senn Thai Comfort Food

$$$$ 452 Amsterdam Ave

Senn Thai will immeasurably improve your night for roughly $15. That’s how much most things cost here, and one dish is really all you need. The honey roasted pork over egg noodles is a necessary order, but we also appreciate the kao moo dang and kuaytiaw tom yum with peanuts and ground pork in a slightly spicy broth. For pickup or delivery, call 212-501-7755 or order online.

Klom Klorm

Thai  in  Bushwick
$$$$ 181 Wyckoff Ave

The first thing you should know about Klom Klorm is that you need to get the curry puffs. They’re flaky and stuffed with chicken, and you could easily make a meal out of two orders. You should also be aware that the khao soi and Panang curry are equally delicious and deserving of a place in your home. To make this happen, call this Bushwick restaurant at 718-489-9188, or order delivery directly from Klom Klorm’s website.

Kitchen 79

$$$$ 37-70 79th St

Kitchen 79 in Jackson Heights has a massive menu ranging from Northern to Southern Thai, with everything from crispy soft shelled crab and baked spare ribs chili sauce to plenty of different soups and some especially spicy kua kling (which you should get). Pickup and delivery starts at noon, and you can order online.

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