Thai Restaurants in Dyker Heights

$22 for a Thai Dinner for Two with an Appetizer, Entrees, and Chang Thai Beers at Asiam Thai (Up to $51.85 Value)

Asiam Thai

New York

Sampler platter with dumplings and shrimp gives way to artfully plated coconut curries and noodle dishes within sleek corner storefront

$51.85 $22

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$25 for $40 or $49 for $80 Worth of Appetizers, Entrees, and Drinks at Royal Siam Thai Cuisine

Royal Siam Thai Cuisine

Chelsea

Purple walls and supple leather seats surround guests as they dig into traditional and specialty Thai plates

$40 $25

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BYOB Thai Fusion Dinner for Two or Four at Chal Chilli (Up to 51% Off)

Chal Chilli

Kips Bay

Thai flavors mix with Western-inspired presentation in a menu filled with surprises including mussels, lamb chops, and crab cakes

$50 $25

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Contemporary Thai Cuisine for Dine-In or Carryout at Song Kran (Up to 50% Off)

Song Kran

Chelsea

Thai dishes served in a contemporary style, such as pad thai, crispy rice noodles, and the signature Side Walk and Mango Sweet Sticky Rice

$30 $15

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BYOB Thai Cuisine at Little Thai Kitchen (Up to 52% Off). Four Options Available.

Little Thai Kitchen

Midtown East

Bring your own drinks to pair with spicy Thai dishes such as sauteed chicken in a peanut sauce or coconut red curry

$25 $12

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Thai Appetizers and Drinks for Two or Four at Thai Rock (Up to 55% Off)

Thai Rock

Rockaway Beach

Chicken satay, curry puffs, crispy spring rolls, and steamed shrimp and pork dumplings; occasional live music

$36 $18

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Dinner for Two or Four at Mie Thai (Up to 42% Off). Four Options Available.

Mie Thai

Woodbridge

Fried golden spring rolls and moo ping sliced pork served with fried rice with seafood, panang curry, or a number of vegetarian options

$30 $18

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Glow Thai’s menu is rife with dishes described by Brooklyn Exposed as “texturally interesting” and “rare Brooklyn offerings.” One example being the pla rad prik, a combination of sole or tilapia mixed with a sweet chili sauce, which, according to the article, is only served in one other restaurant in Brooklyn. Other options include rice and noodle dishes that incorporate fruit, vegetables, eggs, and a choice of protein. Curry dishes abound, made with pepper, string beans, or milk straight from the udders of free-range coconuts. Many menu items use vegetables picked that morning or pickled using runoff water from rice instead of vinegar.

7107 3rd Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Cuisine Type: Japanese and Asian fusion

Established: 2013

Reservations: Recommended

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Number of Tables: 11?25

Parking: Metered street parking

Kid-friendly: Yes

Alcohol: Beer and wine only

Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes

Outdoor Seating: No

Pro Tip: Never try, never know

At ASEA Fusion, the chef and kitchen staff don't craft flavorful fusion cuisine simply to pander to their many customers' cravings. To them, melding culinary traditions is about taking the tastiest delicacies each culture has to offer and elevating them to a gourmet level. That's why their menu boasts a large assortment of Japanese dishes and well as recipes from Southeast Asia. Japan's representation comes in the form of sushi, udon, teriyaki, and yakitori??grilled meats and veggies served on sticks. But diners are also delighted to find Malaysian staples such as shrimp sauteed in a spicy paste, Vietnamese lemongrass chicken, and an assortment of Thai curries.

4120 8th Ave.
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Having developed his expertise in Thai gastronomy in Thailand, Colorado, and New York City over the course of more than 20 years, chef Chai Chunton now flaunts his culinary skills in Lotus Thai Restaurant & Bar. Vines of steam rise from time-tested noodle, vegetarian, meat, and seafood dishes, curling toward nostrils with the hot, sour, sweet, and salty notes of the region's cookery. Adorned by a design team from Thailand, the lounge's dining room is laced with leather booths, ornate Eastern flourishes, and antique chopstick sharpeners. Against the sonic backdrop of occasional evening DJ sets, events in a private room launch the sounds of revelry against exposed-brick walls and a collaborative painting by acclaimed artists Pairoj Pichetmetakul and Kittisak Chontong.

1924 Coney Island Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Formed of exposed brick and flowing fuchsia drapery, the modern, Zagat-rated Beet Thai has garnered a mélange of press for its distinct lunch and dinner dishes, which borrow select flavors from the culinary powerhouses of France and Japan. Steaming starters of crab and shrimp cool in savory chili-peanut & plum dipping sauces, and entrees utilize champagne, bamboo, and mango to ramp up pork chops and crispy duck.

344 7th Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US

VIP @ Thai Cuisine's chefs embrace the diverse spectrum of sweet, spicy, and savory flavor combinations that define Thai cuisine. The menu features seven different curries that incorporate bold hints of pumpkin, lime leaves, and bamboo shoots to distinguish themselves, and duck, squid, or tofu lend a protein-rich backbone. Although they import rice from Thailand, the chefs also adopt a homespun approach by making shrimp dumplings and peanut sauces in-house and by tailoring the amount of spice to each diner's preference. In contrast to the vivacious cuisine, the dining room adopts a much more reserved, intimate ambiance. Rectangular pendant lights gently illuminate the walls' exposed brickwork, and twinkling strands of crystals hang from the ceiling above the bar area.

278 Smith St
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Mee Thai caters to Asian fare aficionados with an extensive menu of authentic Thai cuisine. Proverbially spring into lush feasting with an order of genuinely springy spring rolls, vegetarian rundles served with plum sauce ($5.95), or try a bowl of Tom Kha Gai, a chicken-based concoction that amalgamates coconut milk, red pepper, mushroom, and lime juice for an alluring dish that doubles as a scrumptious soup and an alternative source of fuel ($5.50). Herbivores can satiate their penchant for poultry with the vegetarian duck Pad Si Ew, a traditional flat-noodle dish served with faux fowl and Chinese broccoli, ($8.95), and meat eaters can indulge in the same, but with real duck ($15.95). Mee Thai provides fish-based dishes for seafood savants, such as the Tilapia Lad Prik, a helping of deep fried tilapia baptized in a ginger tamarind sauce ($12.95). Supplement Thai spreads with a warming cup of Hot Pot Tea, which comes in green, jasmine, or ginger flavors ($3).

180 5th Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US