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Sripraphai Thai Restaurant

6413 39th Avenue
Woodside, NY 11377

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(718) 899-9599

Cuisine: Thai Food Restaurants

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4.8 of 5.0 from 234 reviews

price range:$11 to $25


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  • NYC Talking on Jun 11, 2013

    I came here a few weekends ago and the service was horrible. I came here with a large group of my friends, a party of 13 including some young children...

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  • Jen MThe menu is packed with hits, but the crispy watercress salad is one dish that you can't miss.

    55555 by Jen M

  • Henry EI enjoy the drunken noodles. Their service however is really subpar.

    55555 by Henry E

  • Sean W.This is not your average takeout Thai. Definitely a step above. And consistently great food every time. Whole fish and fried pork dishes are always great.

    55555 by Sean W.

  • ShortandSweetNYCAwesome and authentic Thai food usually rated number one in NY for good reason. Try the Crispy Chinese Watercress Salad w. shrimp, squid and chicken. This place does not disappoint.

    55555 by ShortandSweetNYC

  • Nidhi JFor vegetarians it's just average. Taste was ok . But I doubt hygiene. We got hair in basil fried rice

    22222 by Nidhi J

  • Ed KEverything's good here the number one Thai restaurant and New York

    55555 by Ed K

  • Mike F.The type of restaurant that will make you contemplate moving to its neighborhood

    55555 by Mike F.

  • Tyler J.Panang curry + watercress salad, an unreal combo

    55555 by Tyler J.

  • Aaron ROne of my favorite Thai places in NYC. Favorites dishes -- crispy fried watercress salad, larb, panang curry, whole fried snapper with either lemongrass or sweet chili, and fried chili pork belly.

    55555 by Aaron R

  • Suhaib ∞ PAmazing food

    55555 by Suhaib ∞ P

  • Suhaib ∞ PWhat a tasty fish

    55555 by Suhaib ∞ P

  • Laurea d.Watercress salad, shrimp cakes, Tom Kha! Eat in the garden when the weather is good

    55555 by Laurea d.

  • Zina GBest Thai in Queens

    55555 by Zina G

  • Suhaib ∞ PFried Red snapper

    55555 by Suhaib ∞ P

  • Amal Ddrunken noodles, Thai iced tea

    55555 by Amal D

  • Mari TalaiThis place is the real deal! Come here to experience true authentic Thai flavors. You won't be going back to your neighborhood Thai place again. The fried chicken/shrimp dumplings are everything!!

    55555 by Mari Talai

  • Fati LSalmon filet soup, papaya salad & Chinese watercress

    55555 by Fati L

  • R DAmazing!! Get the papaya seafood salad and the bbq pork tenders w "jeow" sauce 😋😋.

    55555 by R D

  • Wendy DBring cash! And get the soft shell crab with mango salad

    55555 by Wendy D

  • Linda K.Get the crispy watercress salad. It comes with a sweet and sour lime juice dip that has seafood, cilantro and chili sauce for a refreshing zing.

    55555 by Linda K.

  • Bogdan PopaVery good soups and fried fish dishes

    55555 by Bogdan Popa

  • Humayun R.Where do I start? SPP is hands down the best Thai in NYC. Try the sautéed duck in basil and Massaman curry. Larp is also fantastic. Buy the chili shrimp paste to go and put it on everything!

    55555 by Humayun R.

  • Shiri ALoved the Khao soy. It's massive and I ate the leftover the very next night. I wish it lasted all week long. 😓

    55555 by Shiri A

  • QNS MADE MOur favorites are the watercress salad and BBQ Chicken combo (comes with a side of mango salad). Make sure to try their authentic desserts too!

    55555 by QNS MADE M

  • Curtis S.Enjoyable Thai. Som tum isn't as good as som tum der as its a bit too sweet for my tastes here. But the pad see ew, green curry and pork jowl app were very tasty. Place is full of thais eating too.

    55555 by Curtis S.

  • Lori K h.Even medium can melt your face off. Everything is delicious. Fried watercress is remarkable.

    55555 by Lori K h.

  • valerieThe Kao Soy/Khao Soi is out of this world!

    55555 by valerie

  • Emily SA longstanding NYC favorite for Thai food lovers. Everything is good, as long as you order it as it's supposed to be ordered — spicy. Thai iced tea counteracts the heat. Khao soi is notably excellent.

    55555 by Emily S

  • Melanie W.Soft shell crab and crispy salad are good bets.

    55555 by Melanie W.

  • Allison F.Definitely get the crispy salad. Delicious Panang curry

    55555 by Allison F.

  • Kimberley S.Get their drunken noodles & their Chinese broccoli with crispy pork.

    55555 by Kimberley S.

  • Tatiana MSriPraPhai Thai Restaurant, Check out Freebie, its awesome!

    55555 by Tatiana M

  • Matthew C.Have the mango salad

    55555 by Matthew C.

  • Les W.Try the Beerlao Dark - (via @Foodspotting)

    33333 by Les W.

  • Les W.Try the Fried Watercress Salad - (via @Foodspotting)

    33333 by Les W.

  • Diandra RThe lychee martinis are a must have ! 🍸

    55555 by Diandra R

  • Saarim NGo for the pak boong its fire

    33333 by Saarim N

  • Sabrina Wangauthentic Thai food and rather cheap for what its worth!

    55555 by Sabrina Wang

  • Jaimie Yurie HanGreen curry with duck, crispy pork with Chinese broccoli and som tam!

    55555 by Jaimie Yurie Han

  • Wei V.Try the Khanom Chun ขนมชั้น (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Wei V.

  • Wei V.Try the Thai Mini Pancakes ( Kanoom Krock ) - With corn inside. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Wei V.

  • Wei V.Try the Roastbeef Salad (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Wei V.

  • Wei V.Try the Green Tea Ice Cream (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Wei V.

  • Wei V.Try the Shrimp Noodle Bowl Special (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Wei V.

  • Wei V.Try the Steak Salad (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Wei V.

  • Wei V.Try the Tom Yum Soup (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Wei V.

  • Wei V.Try the Sauté Chinese broccoli (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Wei V.

  • Wei V.Try the Chicken Shrimp Dumplings (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Wei V.

  • Shivanie JThe best thai in Queens & excellent service.

    55555 by Shivanie J

  • Jeff W.I've been here 10+ times & have tried 12 dishes. LOVED: 1) Crispy Watercress Salad (w Shrimp, Squid, Chicken) 2) Fried Shrimp Cake. See Top 10 dishes on Foodmento:

    55555 by Jeff W.

  • Jason N.Get the drunken noodles with and be prepared for some fiery flavor.

    55555 by Jason N.

  • Miguel R.The best idea here is ordering to share, so you can taste many dishes. And it is super cheap.

    55555 by Miguel R.

  • Rory P.I like spicy.If you do too,this place is for you(Kanye ain't got nothin on me)

    55555 by Rory P.

  • Aleesha PatelAuthentic thai food with the heat turned up 🔥😋 and a separate vegetarian menu to pick from 👍🌿🍅 The Penang curry is my absolute favorite

    55555 by Aleesha Patel

  • Laura Grow-NybergRoasted duck over rice is delicious and way more filling than it looks. My husband really enjoyed his crispy pork belly.

    55555 by Laura Grow-Nyberg

  • Miranda LimSoft shell crab is great! Massaman curry is good but nothing great. My friend got the crab fried rice and it sucked- avoid. No mango sticky rice. Service sucks btw! Drain ur water glasses for a waiter

    33333 by Miranda Lim

  • Chris McGeeThe crispy watercress salad is a good appetizer, and paired with a dish you will be stuffed, even if you share the appetizer. Note: "mild"= spicy and "spicy"= hardcore spicy

    55555 by Chris McGee

  • Casey H.Still thinking about that green curry.

    55555 by Casey H.

  • Jeffrey K.Forget pokpok. THIS is the best, authentic Thai food you can get in New York. Try the raw shrimp or a salad for something tangy and spicy.

    55555 by Jeffrey K.

  • FaymusMake sure you know what you want before coming here. Menu isn't friendly for Thai first-timers. ;)

    55555 by Faymus

  • Yvette M.This is the best Thai I have ever had ! The roasted dick salad was excellent but spicy!! Eyes watering and nose running hot! The chee-she shrimp was excellent ! Worth another visit !

    55555 by Yvette M.

  • Siju 👣👣👣Jungle curry

    55555 by Siju 👣👣👣

  • Kevin PhanLarb is so good!!

    55555 by Kevin Phan

  • Tom MThe Drunken noodles are fantastic - deliciously spicy.

    55555 by Tom M

  • Justin MarksEverything, but the papaya salad is especially worth dying for. If you're not into crazy spice, be sure to ask how spicy the dishes are and ask them to tone it down. Otherwise, you'll burn.

    55555 by Justin Marks

  • VoiceStreetExpect fiery curries, eggplants that look like miniature watermelons, and cases full of snack food. Our fave: catfish in spicy sauce.

    55555 by VoiceStreet

  • First We FeastPerhaps New York’s most famous Thai restaurant, packed nightly with locals and tourists, tackling fiery dishes such as whole fried red snapper topped with green mango sauce.

    55555 by First We Feast

  • refinery29Standout dish: Chipotle tamales (with pork and chicken); skate tacos.

    55555 by refinery29

  • refinery29Standout dish: Crispy Thai catfish salad.

    55555 by refinery29

  • Kris C.This is the best Thai food in the city!

    55555 by Kris C.

  • Douglas EllimanWe great spot that is tucked away, for cheap prices and amazing service. We love how reliable and delicious the food is. For you noodle lovers out there we recommend the Northern Style Curry noodles.

    55555 by Douglas Elliman

  • Sars E.Get the pad Thai! Is one of the most delicious I've tried in my whole life

    55555 by Sars E.

  • Peter L.Bu-Du Rice is where's it's at. There and the 300+ menu items, one of those rare gems where every corner of the menu works...

    55555 by Peter L.

  • Ramona M. SPretty busy, nice crowd so you know the food is fresh and tasty. Bring cash, they don't accept credit cards and they don't have a atm machine.

    55555 by Ramona M. S

  • Victoria R.Lovely garden. Drunken noodles were good. The chicken satay was dinner portion size. Scallion dumplings, papaya vegetation salad and curry puffs were also good.

    55555 by Victoria R.

  • Tommy KGreat friggin food and the menu has such a huge selection even the pickiest of eaters will find something. Also bring cash unless you want to end up washing dishes because they don't take cards.

    55555 by Tommy K

  • Muriel V.Get the lunch special. $13.99 for a lot of food -- appetizer, soup, entree AND thai tea. So good! If you don't like spicy, get your food mild.

    55555 by Muriel V.

  • Brian M.Best Thai in the city hands down. Been coming here for over 15 years.

    55555 by Brian M.

  • Maria W.Very busy for dinner, especially after 7:30pm. Quick and friendly service. They also have 2 fridges of desserts for takeout by the entrance.

    55555 by Maria W.

  • Taurean B.Order the drunken noodles!! The only thing that matters. Oh and ofcourse the papaya salad.

    55555 by Taurean B.

  • Joia R.Am I the only one that thinks this place has bad thai food! I have had better waaay better thai within 3 miles of this place! This place cant do soups and thai rice right!!! And CASH only?!?!

    33333 by Joia R.

  • Emily D.Curry noodles -amazing!!!!!Mai Thai-amazing!!! Service and atmosphere- amazing!!!!!!

    55555 by Emily D.

  • Mike C.Try the Chicken Pad Thai (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.

  • Mike C.Try the Fried Rice with Salted Beef (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.

  • LeAura L.Great vegetarian options in the back of the menu (4 pages).

    55555 by LeAura L.

  • Mat B.The watercress salad, chicken & shrimp dumplings, pad thai, panang curry, drunken noodles, and Chinese broccoli with pork belly are delicious. I cannot vouch for anything else.

    55555 by Mat B.

  • Ryan G.best thai in city

    55555 by Ryan G.

  • Laura L.My favorite rice noodle soup ever, creamy and tasty.

    55555 by Laura L.

  • Merav K.Such authentic, amazing food. Best Tom Yum and Pad See Ew I ever had

    55555 by Merav K.

  • Rohit G.Make sure to go to the Thai grocery store across the street to get some cheap Curry paste for some home cooking.

    55555 by Rohit G.

  • Kailai X.Good food and service. Had to run for LIRR so waitress brought out food in 5 min! Amazing pad Thai and crispy watercress!

    55555 by Kailai X.

  • Monica L.Crispy watercress salad and raw shrimp ceviche were our favorite dishes

    55555 by Monica L.

  • Athena C.Try the Sauteed Chinese Watercress - (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Athena C.

  • Athena C.Try the Deep Fried Sea Trout Filet In Curry Sauce - (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Athena C.

  • Athena C.Try the Fried Shrimp Cakes - (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Athena C.

  • Athena C.Try the ส้มตำทะเล | Spicy Green Papaya Salad With Seafood - So refreshing and spicy! (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Athena C.

  • Daniel G.Delicious!

    55555 by Daniel G.

  • Susanna A.Food is completely overrated and salty. Had the drinker noodles with chicken, crispy water class salad, and mad saman beef curry. Spotty customer service.

    33333 by Susanna A.

  • Chris G.Crispy pork belly and coconut rice!

    55555 by Chris G.

  • Chris C.Best thai food in Queens, one of the best in NYC. It's cheap, but cash-only, so come prepared.

    55555 by Chris C.

  • Serious EatsIconic Thai restaurant known best for its spicy, multidimensional curries.

    55555 by Serious Eats

  • Brennan M.Get the khao soi but stay away from the fried stuff -- they fry a little too hard here.

    55555 by Brennan M.

  • Tony Y.Service is complete shit. If you don't want to sit at the table with your family, starving, for 40 minutes after ordering, I suggest you go elsewhere.

    22222 by Tony Y.

  • Redner S.I wasn't impressed with the Drunken Noodles. I have had better. There are other items worth trying.

    33333 by Redner S.

  • Vici V.You'll only have a short wait if you call ahead and make a reservation. The food is delish!

    55555 by Vici V.

  • Rachel H.Sunday night, only 15 min wait. Papaya salad and cashew chicken delicious! Cheap drinks :)

    55555 by Rachel H.

  • Jeff O.Wait too long? There are some great family-run Thai places nearby like Thai Center Point and SiLa.

    55555 by Jeff O.

  • TrigonBest Thai food in NYC. Eat family style here, everything is worth trying!

    55555 by Trigon

  • Heather P.This place is as delicious as only a "Cash Only" / Closed on Wednesdays place can be. Fave Thai place in NYC.

    55555 by Heather P.

  • Genevieve L.Crispy pork belly :) Stays crispy the day after, too.

    55555 by Genevieve L.

  • Dheerja K.Everything. Just eat everything.

    55555 by Dheerja K.

  • Nikki G.Came Sunday after Church at about 1:30pm, no line!

    33333 by Nikki G.

  • New York PostMany consider it the city’s best Thai food for peanuts (most dishes on the mile-long menu are $10 or less). It’s even more wonderful that you can have it outdoors in a simple but pretty garden.

    55555 by New York Post

  • Angelica S.Crispy Watercress Salad is a must have!

    55555 by Angelica S.

  • Twiggy S.Soft Shell Crab is my favorite, but cash only....!!!

    55555 by Twiggy S.

  • Joey Z.Cash only. ATM on-site.

    55555 by Joey Z.

  • Joey Z.Basil Chicken, Beef Salad and Fried Crab Legs FTW!

    55555 by Joey Z.

  • Michelle MarieCustomer service is horrible during dinner. My meal didn't even come out, and the party I was with was done eating by the time the waiter came back to us (he avoided all our death stares).

    22222 by Michelle Marie

  • Leila S.Best Thai food outside of Bangkok. The menu is huge & intimidating but take your time and rest assured your food will be delicious. Best items: Crispy Chinese watercress salad & veg/tofu Penang curry.

    55555 by Leila S.

  • Marc B.My go to place for Thai food in Queens and worth the wait and trek!!! Sit outside on the patio in the Summer

    55555 by Marc B.

  • Athena C.Try the Papaya Salad - (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Athena C.

  • Alex G.Watercress salad. Pad see eiw, crispy fish! Soo good!

    55555 by Alex G.

  • Moo J.Green curry lovers: go full spice. Just a warning though: you will grow hair on your chest.

    55555 by Moo J.

  • Gabriela G.Extra spicy Drunken noodle is amazing. Save room for dessert: coconut ice cream and sticky rice with mango are to die for.

    55555 by Gabriela G.

  • 7th.ListWhy? Spices are less muted & the herbs fresher than at most Thai restaurants. Boldly flavored dishes, try the sauteed "drunken'' noodles, the roasted duck salad, the pickled barbecued pork

    55555 by 7th.List

  • Doris k.The food here is amazing!!!!!

    55555 by Doris k.

  • Haydar K.beautiful garden out back, great spot for a magical time, authentic Thai, go for the spicy Thai curry with thai eggplant or massaman

    55555 by Haydar K.

  • Simran J.raw shrimp.

    11111 by Simran J.

  • Jin C.Go before 7 for dinner or prepare for a long wait.

    55555 by Jin C.

  • Melanie N.Get the lychee sorbet! It's refreshing and delicious!

    55555 by Melanie N.

  • Michael C.Best authentic homestyle down to Earth Thai food outside of Thailand. Pick any food. It wont disappoint.

    55555 by Michael C.

  • Tony Y.Jumbo noodle soup w/ pig offal is a great meal with some hot sauce.

    55555 by Tony Y.

  • Tam D.Green curry (mild) is the way to go. The coconut rice is also a must.

    55555 by Tam D.

  • Pun B.I'm Thai. This is the best Thai restaurant in NY. Get the fried catfish floss salad. Any curry you get will likely be the best you've ever had.

    55555 by Pun B.

  • Tesalia d.Crispy Watercress salad

    55555 by Tesalia d.

  • Jenny P.Be careful! Shit can get real spicy here, think before you order it "hot", go for medium then add spice if u need it (you wont!)

    55555 by Jenny P.

  • Olivia B.I'm on the crispy watercress salad bandwagon. Also had the fried chicken and squid chili lime dumplings, which, if you like that flavor combo are incredible! Such an incredible dining experience!

    55555 by Olivia B.

  • From The World B.Watercress salad is AMAZING. Menu is gigantic, check on foursquare what is more popular. Dessert, even the black rice is incredible.

    55555 by From The World B.

  • ElizabethEverything is amazing. Get a beer, counteracts the spice

    55555 by Elizabeth

  • Angelo C.Woodside location is no longer BYOB, but they do serve their own beer and cocktails.

    55555 by Angelo C.

  • RTLExcellent. Well worth the trip.

    55555 by RTL

  • jon a.Like beer? Try a bottle of Chang.

    55555 by jon a.

  • jon a.Big lines on weekends. Come early especially if you want to sit outside on the patio.

    55555 by jon a.

  • Brian C.Get the Thai food

    55555 by Brian C.

  • Amit K.Cash only. Glad this place is still going strong and walking distance from me. Great food, and the outdoor area with fountain out back are a great during the warmer months.

    55555 by Amit K.

  • Priyanka T.Almost like eating in Thailand!!

    55555 by Priyanka T.

  • James B.Food is excellent. Service is terrible.. Literally no thought whatsoever goes into the table service here. You'll find out for yourself when you go.

    33333 by James B.

  • Sarun C.Thai Food Page www.thaifoodpage.com

    55555 by Sarun C.

  • Carol E.Crispy soft shell crab + Crispy pork basil & chili = happiness

    55555 by Carol E.

  • Soliman M.Seat in the back off the restaurant and enjoy

    33333 by Soliman M.

  • Henrythe menu has pictures! me likey :)

    55555 by Henry

  • Tausha C.Love me some Thai food and this did not disappoint. I had the papaya salad, larb and curry rice noodles, and they were all fantastic.

    55555 by Tausha C.

  • Tianxu X.Never touch the super spicy, I mean it...

    55555 by Tianxu X.

  • Jonathan T.GREAT foodddd! Believe all the hype about fried watercress salad and soft shell crab. But it may be a little too heavy of a meal if you order them together.

    55555 by Jonathan T.

  • Rosaline S.The papaya salad is spicy!

    55555 by Rosaline S.

  • Laura K.Green curry with pork & eggplant is killer. I live for the shredded green mango salad with shrimp, squid and chicken.

    55555 by Laura K.

  • Mark B.Beer Lao dark FTW

    55555 by Mark B.

  • Kendo K.I live to see more smile from the staff because the food is already good. It would be perfect place. (2 of 4 petals via Fondu)

    55555 by Kendo K.

  • Luis Oscar B.PadSeeEw and Satay Chinese Broccoli were amazing!

    55555 by Luis Oscar B.

  • Louie D.Watercress salad is delish but wouldn't suggest a 2nd fried app. Steamed fish w/ chili lime is awesome!

    55555 by Louie D.

  • John S.Soft-shell crab was amazing! I want to order another one but I am so stuffed... idk, maybe i'll just get another calamari so I don't explode

    55555 by John S.

  • Anthony C.I always go here for Thai. GREAT STUFF

    55555 by Anthony C.

  • Ariana R.Crispy watercress salad! OMG amazing !!!

    55555 by Ariana R.

  • Réjane P.O. M. G. So glad I live in the area. Fantastic food--try the drunken noodles with tofu!!

    55555 by Réjane P.

  • Kathie R.Thai food mecca and worth the ride on the 7 train.

    55555 by Kathie R.

  • Joey Z.Drunken Noodles and Singha all the way!

    55555 by Joey Z.

  • Deb S.The crispy watercress salad is a must! Ridiculously good.

    55555 by Deb S.

  • marylou m.Thai iced tea ftw! The soft shell crabs are the best they have on the menu, be sure to try it!

    55555 by marylou m.

  • Heather R.Best Thai in NYC area.

    55555 by Heather R.

  • Andrew M.Service was a little slow, but the food was delicious. Definitely worth the trip from Manhattan.

    55555 by Andrew M.

  • Alaedeen K.Try the Ground chili beef with coconut rice - Delicious! (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Alaedeen K.

  • Helen S.they have a noodle dish that's only served before 5pm, that has blood in the broth. the most intense thing i've ever tasted! one of my thai friend's fave dishes.

    55555 by Helen S.

  • Jessie C.Excellent food, great service, just be sure to bring cash with you.

    55555 by Jessie C.

  • Dee PhunkI'm gonna keep this tip simple & plain -- SriPraPhai is the best Thai food restaurant in NYC. Not ONE of the best. THE BEST. Great portions, great prices, unbelievable flavors. 'Nuff said.

    55555 by Dee Phunk

  • Rob S.Crispy Chinese watercress salad is ridiculously good.

    55555 by Rob S.

  • Renvie R.Their fried calamari is the truth.

    55555 by Renvie R.

  • Northern Spy Food CoIf all they contributed to society was their incredible massaman curry, it'd be a life well-lived. Lucky for us there's so much more.

    55555 by Northern Spy Food Co

  • VoiceStreetWinner of Best Thai in the Village Voice 2011 Best Of issue! Order the dark version of the beef tendon soup - it will be laced with blood!

    55555 by VoiceStreet

  • Malin U.Great service! Great, big amounts of food!

    55555 by Malin U.

  • Ohadd M.Roast duck salad yes! And whole fried red snapper with lemongrass mmmmmmmm!

    55555 by Ohadd M.

  • Marlo G.Best Thai! Be ready to wait on weekends & holidays; feed the meter. Cash only. Closed Wednesdays. A gawker's delight with great acoustics if you want to hear others' conversations.

    55555 by Marlo G.

  • Ian W.Order as many dishes as possible, but make sure the crispy ground catfish is one of them. Try to convince them not to go easy on you with the spiciness.

    55555 by Ian W.

  • Time Out New YorkTry the crispy Chinese watercress salad. The star green in this salad is lightly battered and deep-fried to gently temper its bitterness. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011.

    55555 by Time Out New York

  • John H.Best Thai restaurant in NYC. Always start off with some Tom Kha Kai or other soup.

    55555 by John H.

  • www.ALCHEMIQ.comYou should try Tom Ka Gai soup and Crispy Watercrass Salad. I've never had better!

    55555 by www.ALCHEMIQ.com

  • ManuService here is painfully slow and the food was alright.

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  • LizaThe one thing that really sucks about this place is that it's cash only.

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  • SPGet the raw shrimp. It's amazing!

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  • LizaThai iced tea will soften that kick from the spicy food :)

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  • Diego Z.Watercress salad, pork honey, crispy pork and anything else.

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  • John W.Ignore talk of "pilgrimages" & "worth the trip." The best ethnic food is always where immigrant folk actually live. Over 20 yrs old Sri has kept true to its flavors from when it was a hole in the wall

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  • Tom A.In addition to the incredible food they still honor BYOB with corkage fee. Bring your beer to wash down the spices.

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  • Johan FLove the mango salad

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  • Examiner.comThe fried soft shell crab had the perfect crunch, served with the option to add a mildly spicy flavors of the mango sauce. This dish was incredible—crunchy, spicy, and tasty.

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  • Mark L.The Drunken Noodles with Sliced Chicken had just the right amount of spice! The rice cakes with coconut, caramel and crispy rice was good as well.

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  • ivy♥Also, try Kao Soy (Northern), Bu-du sauce rice (Southern), and Gang Liang (Central) since you can't really find these dishes at other Thai restaurants. If you want the real authentic Thai, go to LA.

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  • Bina K.Best Thai Food in NYC and yeah I'm Thai. Try something that you can't get in normal American-Thai restaurants e.g. crispy catfish green mango salad, rice noodle with green curry, or any noodle soup.

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  • Manoah LGo with lots of people and order family style!

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  • Chelle 💃.Oh prepackaged Crispy chicken skin! How do I love thee? I am making a papaya salad with u as its star!

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  • Chelle 💃.They have self-sanitizing/toilet-seat cover dispensing toilets!

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  • Les F.Order anything- it's effing amazing!!!

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  • Eric L.It's not on the menu, but ask your server for meang kam as an appetizer. It's self-service Thai street food at its best. Leave off the dried shrimp (you make it yourself) to make it vegan.

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  • GourmetLive“This is one of the best Thai restaurants. The catfish and green mango salad is spectacular,” says Chef Michael Ginor of this Thai hotspot.

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  • Scott H.Ladies bathroom has a diaper changing table, men's doesn't. Sexist!

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  • The Daily MealBe sure to request "mild" if you can't take the heat - other than that, order at will from the best Thai restaurant in New York.

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  • Danielle KGreat place for the most part. Had the best drunken noodles today and they were bland and a bit dry. The appetizer was great (fried chicken and shrimp roll) but the dish surprisingly wasn't on point.

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  • Tarra MCash only! So, make sure you take some out before heading out. There are a few ATM within walking distance from restaurant.

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  • Vhie Jbest thai food in the city. massive menu -- go with a group to try as much as possible. its a bit of a hike, but worth the trip

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  • noel h.Order whatEVER you want. You won't regret it.

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  • AngelLong wait for a table in the evenings, especially on the weekend. Plan to get there early! Reminder, cash only.

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  • Dj MI like the panang curry with chicken over coconut rice.

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  • Joseph LAmazing food. Reminds me of Bangkok. Go early or be prepared to wait.

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  • Marvin JCheck your number while waiting as sometimes they cross out your number and gives your table too someone else by mistake. Regardless, great food as always.

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  • Sandra B.Get the crispy Chinese watercress salad. Ready? Ok go

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  • wiwiedsolo MFeel like we're in Phuket :)

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  • EpicuriousThe decor may be a bit off-putting at first, but you will only have eyes for the scrumptious food once it arrives. Love heat? Ask for the salads "Thai spicy." Like it mild? Duck noodle soup's for you!

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  • Michelle H.A-6 Crispy Chinese watercress salad - wow

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  • Paramitha Mithadid this ;D

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  • VH1Single-handedly destroyed Thai food for me. I literally will not get it anywhere else but here. Worth the trek AND the wait (although take-out is the best option). - Rich, blogger, blog.vh1.com

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  • jac a.crispy chinese watercress salad, (don't normally order pad thai, but...) pad thai, whole red snapper (steamed or fried)

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  • Lonely T.Don't go during peak meal times. The food is better and the crowds are sparser during 4pm.

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  • Marvin JPossibly the best Thai restaurant in NYC. Prices have doubled since 2004. Always order the fried soft-shell crabs appetizer.

    55555 by Marvin J

  • Phyo B.Best Thai food in town! Just remember that it's cash only!

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  • Marc PongpamornI can't get enough of their Drunken Noodle Chicken and Thai Ice Tea! Sriphaphai rules and so does Thailand!

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  • Roland DuboisGet the whole dessert menu up and down.

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  • Sonny D.get the crispy watercress salad. always.

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  • ChrisDrunken noodles is a must!

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  • Cristina F.I dream about the fried red snapper with basil and chilies, and the sweet sausage appetizer is awesome too

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  • Marc G.order the crispy fish... hands down the most scrumptious fried fish platter in NY

    55555 by Marc G.

  • Heather P.Hands-down THE best Thai food in the NY Metro Area. Beware - "medium spicy" means SPICY there...recommend their crispy watercress salad & Fried snapper w/ Green Mango!

    55555 by Heather P.

  • Reynaldo P.get the coconut rice and fried rice with salted beef

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  • Filipe F.Get the Khao Soy, a delicious coconut curry with hard and soft noodles

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  • Dan VGet the sour curry, which is thick enough to be a soup, and skip the rice, when you forget this place is cash only and don't bring enough cash to get a side order of rice ^^

    33333 by Dan V

  • Anna S.Get some real Thai food.

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