This is one of the best Thai restaurants I have been to in NYC. I can highly recommend it if you are looking for genuine and spice Thai food.
Tasty, low key restaurant, with what I think is spicy Authentic Northern Thai. Not your average Thai spot, Pad Thai here. Try the Larb.
Everytime I go to New York I have to go to this restaurant, The food is authentic, not expensive, spicy and so delicious. Don't expect to find pat thai or some of the dishes you are used to find in thai restaurants, It is isaan cuisine. You will eat the most delicious papaya salad, laap,curries. Prepare your taste buds for... More
Great place with hearty and tasty meals at very reasonable prices. One of the best meals we had in NYC - everything was good - the salad, the pork, the tofu, the "morning glory." A bit darkly lit but excellent for catching up with friends.
Nice location, ideal for friends or couple, great quality/price, if you like Thai go have a try at this spicy jewel in EV! The menu list is very long and has vegan and more traditional plates. Try the classic delicious Larb and Yum, or give a try to any of the many yummy ones, they'll make your day!
Have visited 3 times. First was off the charts delicious. Second was pretty good. Third time again was amazing. The larbs are delicious here, as were the chicken dishes. Prices are pretty cheap. Service is great. Overall highly recommended for great Thai food in the Village!
Should've listened to my wife, the foodie, who said "don't order the Tom Yum as you always order that". Yes she was right. The tom yum was very good but it is always a go to dish. We tried one of the "larbs" that was fantastic as well as another dish that was mainly vegan. Both were fantastic. If I... More
This place is good, and it's usually full. There are a lot of Thai restaurants in New York City, but not many of them are authentic. Zabb Elee is. Go for the food, which is superb, not the atmosphere, which is okay, but average. One of my favorite dishes is what they list as Larb (better spelling is Laab). I... More
The restaurant has authentic thai food from Isan which is the eastern part of Thailand. It is spicy but if you don't like spicy they can make it less spicy. We enjoyed it so much that we ordered some to take home for the next day. Only us and another table, service was good. Price is reasonable especially for New... More
We ate here twice during our stay in New York, and regret not making it a third time! The Nam Tok with beef was so fantastic and full of flavour, as was the Moo Kem Tod (marinated salted fried pork). We also had the grilled marinated beef, morning glory and of course sticky rice, which was sooo good! Just writing... More
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