Jintana Thai Farmhouse has plenty of street seating and a to-go window where you can order Thai dishes like khao soi, massaman short ribs, and papaya salad for lunch or dinner every day. So if you find yourself on 7th Avenue without a plan for where to eat, you should have no problem finding a table here.
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