Top Thai has become a go-to for great halal Thai food for NYC’s Muslim community. From classic pad Thai to crispy duck tamarind, you’ll see why we rave about this place as soon as you take your first bite. Obviously, you can’t go wrong with a classic like drunken noodles, but their grilled skirt steak with jaew sauce is some of the most tender steak we’ve ever had and one of the first things you should order. Another excellent option is their appetizer platter, which comes with three appetizers of your choice. We usually go for the crab rangoon, fried calamari, and (more) grilled skirt steak.
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