Thai food

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The 5 Best New Brooklyn Restaurants Of 2013

From homey barbecue to modern Asian-inspired cuisine, dining out in Brooklyn just keeps getting better. Plan a trip to King’s County for a meal at any of these five Brooklyn restaurants that opened in 2013.


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NYC’s 5 Best Plates Of Pad Thai

Ordering pad thai is like ordering the margherita pizza: it offers a good benchmark for a kitchen abilities. The thrilling, filling mix of stir-fried rice noodles, peanuts, egg, and fish sauce is a staple of both Thai street food and NYC restaurants. Here are our picks for the city’s best versions.



NYC’s 10 Best Thai Food Restaurants

Whether it’s sweet, spicy or sour you’re craving, the five boroughs are teeming with Thai restaurants. These are our 10 favorites.

CBS New York–08/13/2012

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NY Food Truck Lunch: Massaman Curry From Tuk Tuk Boy

If you haven’t had massaman curry before, it’s a hearty “stew”-type dish with chunks of potatoes and often chicken, but could be made with another protein such as beef or tofu. This one also had peanuts, and the curry sauce had a creamy peanut taste too.

CBS New York–04/13/2012


Today’s Lunch Break: 2 For $8 Thai Dishes In Queens

Explore New American in Princeton, an inexpensive Thai option in Forest Hills, or a Belgian bistro with multiple locations across Manhattan

CBS New York–04/07/2011

Tony Tantillo's Dining Deal

Dining Deals: Pure Thai Shophouse

Just opened this fall, a new Thai restaurant caught the eye of CBS 2’s Tony Tantillo.