32 E 7th St, New York, NY | Directions 1000340.728283 -73.989043
Mon-Sat, 11:30am-9:45pm; Sun, closed
Neighborhoods: Downtown, East Village
Editorial Review – Hole-in-the-wall neighborhood restaurant serving classic Thai (including Tom Yum Gum soup and curries) is a favorite for take-out and delivery.
Authentic Thai – Fantastic food and speedy delivery. I think the person who says it has a wierd taste must have had very bad luck because I think this is the most authentic thai I've had in NYC (and I'm comparing it to food in Thailand).
If you love thai food you'll love this place.
Great Hole in the Wall – I eat at or order from East Village Thai at least once a week, and absolutely love the food. You wouldn't necessarily take a date there, but who cares when the curry is so good? I recommend the green and massaman curries (the former is spicy, the latter is sweet - both are fantastic), as well as the Tom Kha Kai soup and the Nur Num Tok beef. Order an extra rice if you're getting delivery (which comes quickly and is well-packaged) - you'll need it for all the extra flavorful sauce!
has that weird "gamey" taste – the food here is ok but Ive had much better. The Pad Thai was serviceable but had some strange flavors and the veggie rolls were a bit odd as well.
I would go with Sea Thai or Pongsrit before EVThai.
Great "Thai" Comes In Small Packages – For such a small place, the food is great. The entire "dining area" is about 8x8 and consists of 3 tables. They serve the best Green Curry I have ever had in NYC. Also, their pineapple fired rice is awesome. Prices are pretty good, but for a better deal go during lunch. The only thing I have to complain about this restaurant is that they just don't give enough rice with their Dinner dishes!
Authentic home-cooking – If you've ever wondered what it would be like to have dinner in a Thai family's house, this is it. The food is fresh and delicious. Even the Pad Thai, which at every other restuarant I've eaten at is greasy, is healthy here! Plus, the folks behind the counter are super-friendly.
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