My daughter and I were on our way to her favorite pasta place, when we passed by Thailand Cafe. They had an open table, So we decided to give it a try. Glad we did!
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Small restaurant along 2nd avenue. Good, inexpensive dishes. Noodles, curries, rice, soups. Adequate bar. Open air window on warm days and evenings. Closes around 11PM.
Respectable Thai restaurant with reasonable prices and enjoyable food. The curry was well balanced, not too spicy and not too bland, but the vegetables weren't cooked enough. They have a good drink selection, including bottles of Beer Lao, which can be harder to come across.
I was in the area for a Sunday Matinee at the nearby New York Theatre Workshop and was roaming the streets for a place for a pre-theatre lunch when I saw this restaurant. They have a great lunch combo menu which with my spring rolls,...More
I had dinner at Thailand Cafe tonight, eating at the bar since I was dining alone. I like the venue, especially if dining solo. The place was small and quaint without too much noise or loud music. The bar was great, with the bartender /waitress...More
Amazing atmosphere, phenomenal service, exquisite and zesty food. This is a restaurant I've been to on many occasions and it always carries with it a cozy and trendy vibe! The food is overwhelmingly succulent with rich spices and impeccable flavor all which do the Thai...More
In the 90s, I lived on 2nd Avenue in Manhattan. Back then, we didn't have Thailand Cafe - and I wish we had! It is a decent Thai restaurant with good prices. In fact, when we were there they were doing a deal where if...More
This gem on 2d avenue has great selection of great food. pad thai is exceptional. so is the lechee thai iced tea. The curry dis is very good. It is cluse to houton street and NYU terretory, in east village