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Greenwich Village Thai Restaurant Named One Of The Best In NYC

Patch logo Patch 6/23/2021 Gus Saltonstall
a meal of pizza and a salad: A recent ranking from Eater NY named this Greenwich Village eatery one of the 28 best Thai restaurants in the city. © Shutterstock / Elena Eryomenko A recent ranking from Eater NY named this Greenwich Village eatery one of the 28 best Thai restaurants in the city.

GREENWICH VILLAGE, NY — Thai food is a favorite for New Yorkers across the city and a Greenwich Village eatery just got named as one of the very best in the five boroughs at making the popular cuisine.

On Tuesday, Eater NY published an article entitled, "28 Thrilling Thai Restaurants in NYC."

Top Thai Village, at 55 Carmine Street in Greenwich Village, earned a spot on the list of the best Thai restaurants in New York City.

Here's what the editor from Eater NY had to say about the Lower Manhattan eatery:

"This sibling of an older restaurant on Sullivan Street is one of a growing number of halal Thai restaurants in the city, which means among other things, no pork. And this proves to be not the slightest impediment to a distinguished Thai menu, under chef Supachai Voradirek. The northern Thai khao soi chicken soup, with two kinds of noodles, is star of the show, and there’s also a fine spicy duck salad and whole red snapper with a variety of sauces (try sour curry sauce)."

On its website, Top Thai Village says it strives to create a "homemade cooking style," and that cuisine should be adaptable, innovative, and dynamic.

The restaurant's menu includes dumplings, spring rolls, crab rangoons, soups, fried rice, and more.

You can find out more about the restaurant and its menu here.

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