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- $15 for $30 worth of Thai cuisine for dine-in for two or more people
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Spicy chilies. Sweet tamarind. Creamy coconut. These are a few of the flavors that intermingle on plates within Song Kran, a cozy Chelsea eatery named after Thailand's new year festival. Creating a symphony of flavors is just the beginning of the work here, though. “Thai food is more like the five senses altogether," the restaurant's general manager told Taste Asia, "you have to smell, you have to taste, and actually the presentation has to go along with it.” Thanks to this thoughtful approach, dining at Song Kran is indeed a feast for the senses. Fresh herbs lend curies or stir-fried noodles a pop of vibrant color, a delicate batter lends fish a lightly crispy texture, and aromatic ingredients such as fresh ginger tempt both the nose and the tongue. To entice the sixth sense, guests can try the house-made pumpkin custard, rumored to imbue eaters with psychic abilities.