Uncle Boons

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  • Noah W.
    Noah Weiss11月 3, 2014
    ここに10回以上来ました
    The banana leaf salad is the best Thai dish in the world you haven't eaten. Get your spicy pants on because this will light you up -- or get a beer slushy.
    プラス投票 Feb 11
  • D
    D10月 26, 2015
    Mieng Kum (Betel leaf wrap), Kai Yang Muay Thai (Rotisserie half chicken [more like 1/4 when we got it] & green mango salad), Khao Soi Kaa Gai (Golden curry) & Pet Palo (crispy duck leg)
  • Ranu R.
    Ranu Rajkarnikar5月 8, 2016
    Love this place. Get the pig ears, chicken curry salad appetizer, massaman curry, and don't forget dessert. Some peanut butter whipped cream thing that is delicious. Tasty cocktails too!
  • Sam B.
    Sam Brown7月 21, 2015
    Get the beer slushie, a house speciality. Spy the rotating barrel behind the bar? It's filled with ice water and salt, the constant movement keeps the beers just below freezing.
  • Ali E.
    Ali Eisner3月 26, 2014
    This place is fantastic. Get the beer slushie, sweetbreads, blowfish tails, golden chicken curry, and save room for coconut ice cream. The chicken and banana salad is super spicy. Real authentic, GO!
  • Eater
    Eater4月 6, 2016
    At Uncle Boons, they serve tweaked versions of traditional dishes from all over Thailand. Eater critic Ryan Sutton loves the rotisserie chicken, frog legs, curry snails, crab rice, and short ribs. 続きを見る
  • C-Line E.
    Would go back again tomorrow...and wait another 1.5 hours for a table if it meant eating the coconut sundae again. One of the best desserts in NYC!
  • jake f.
    jake furst4月 10, 2013
    Daily Candy's reco's: Salted black crab and coconut dip crudite, Northern Thai noodles (chicken, cilantro, mustard greens) and Crispy, ginger-sauced skate (rice noodles, egg, dried anchovies). 続きを見る
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran Group6月 14, 2013
    Thai Rotissererie encourages you to let loose! Share plates, eat with your hands, and enjoy your food Thai style. Definitely order a Thai style beer slushy at the bar while watching the Rotisserie.
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New York8月 5, 2014
    One of our 2014 Food & Drink Award Winners, Uncle Boons marries flawless technique with Thailand flavors. Baby octopus and a frozen Singha beer slushie might be the best bar meal in the 5 boroughs. 続きを見る
  • Giovanni D.
    Giovanni D'Palma3月 24, 2016
    Sweetbread Mee Krob was exceptional! We enjoyed the bone marrow and pig jowl dinner as well. Each dish was so well balanced and spiced; definitely worth visiting multiple times
  • The New Yorker
    The New Yorker9月 30, 2013
    "On a menu full of earthy curiosities—like ... a smoked-catfish-and-pork spread that sounds horrible but tastes wonderful as a dip for market crudités—adventure is its own reward." 続きを見る
  • CITY GRIT
    CITY GRIT8月 5, 2014
    Start with a cocktail (we love the Bia Supalot) and the Mieng Kum! Then share Yum Mamoung (Mango Salad), Mee Krob (Sweetbreads), Laab Neuh Gae (Chopped Lamb Salad), & Khao Soi Kaa Kai (Golden Curry)!
  • Douglas Elliman
    Douglas Elliman7月 22, 2014
    A small and funky café with a creative twist to Thai food and cocktails. We love the Bangkok-flea-market décor! We found Khao Soi to be the highlight of our night, although everything was delicious!
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New York8月 5, 2014
    Try the khao soi kaa kai from our 2013 list of best 100 dishes. Coconut curry with fresh turmeric, tender stewed chicken leg, pickled mustard greens, and hand-rolled egg noodles. 続きを見る
  • Zachary R.
    Zachary Rand9月 22, 2015
    The massaman beef is excellent but a little too spicy. Goes great with jasmine rice. The roti is excellent for dipping in most of the dishes. The coconut sundae was also very good. Friendly service!
  • First We Feast
    First We Feast8月 3, 2014
    Highlights include khao soi kaa kai—a coconut milk-based chicken curry brightened with mustard greens and crunchy egg noodles—and almost anything coming off the charcoal grill. 続きを見る
  • Ben K.
    Almost as good as Pok Pok without the schlep to Red Hook plus beer slushies! Must have the spicy chicken & banana blossom salad, golden curry, crab fried rice, and finish with the coconut sundae.
  • Sunaina S.
    Thai with a unique spin, Amazing flavors. Give that palette a try, you might just be amazed. My fav chicken leg noodle, mango salad, liver with roti, sour sausage and the bread with condensed milk.
  • Denis S.
    Denis Sosnovtsev8月 14, 2014
    A very cozy space and likely an hour long wait, but great food. The highlights were the minced lamb salad starter and boneless beef ribs. Also recommend their spicy house beer; has a jalapeño kick.
  • Marcus S.
    Marcus Smith5月 11, 2013
    ここに5回以上来ました
    Fantastic, get here before the word gets out. Reordered the betel leaf for dessert it was so good. Heard complaints nearby ("too spicy!") but I thought it was perfect. If you can't stand the heat...
  • Lauren M.
    Lauren Mac2月 15
    Michelin star restaurant with no pretentiousness, fun vibe, and high quality, inventive dishes. A modern take on Thai food. Get the tamarind margarita, mango salad, & the lobster (if they have it)!
  • Eliza C.
    Eliza Chang12月 24, 2013
    The chefs are two alumni of Per Se. Chile freaks can find the heat they crave in a chicken-and-banana-blossom salad or an unusual warm laab of chopped lamb fried to a caramelized crunch in a wok."
  • Vinny D.
    Vinny Diesel7月 12, 2013
    Spicy chicken salad, baby octopus, chicken liver, and the sole dessert: coconut ice cream with whipped cream & coconut flakes. Delectable. The hoppy beers on tap (Sorachi Ace & Sofie) are legit!
  • Claire
    Claire3月 2, 2014
    ここに10回以上来ました
    Best, authentic Thai food in the city. The Banana Blossom Salad and Chicken Liver Curry are game changing. Oh, and don't forget the Golden Curry, Crab Fried Rice and Grilled Octopus.
  • Village Voice
    Village Voice6月 10, 2013
    Flat egg noodles swim in a heady golden curry with deep-fried noodles, a tender chicken leg, and a float of pickled mustard greens in the Khao Soi Kaa Kai. Need we say more?
  • Dan D.
    Dan Darouvar9月 12, 2016
    The best Thai restaurant i have been to in New York City by far. This has a fusion of traditional Thai and western with some really out-there dishes, like the roasted bone marrow.
  • Robert S.
    Robert Stevenson8月 25, 2013
    Excellent ambience, karaoke classic rock in Thai, golden lights, we did the blowfish and golden curry found both agreeable but small in portion for $$, the coconut ice cream desert was best.
  • Ms H.
    Ms Helene9月 30, 2016
    Creative & flavorsome Thai food. Skip betel leaf wrap & charcoal seafood platter. Get snails in green curry, hot roti, rotisserie cabbage & crab dip.
  • Meredith B.
    Meredith B.3月 24, 2016
    Cannot recommend the crab fried rice enough. Order 2 if you have a big party. Also don't skip the Khao Soi Kaa Gai (get it with the mushrooms if you are sharing because the chicken is on the bone).
  • Ian G.
    Ian Griggs6月 24, 2015
    This could be the best Thai food in NYC, it's by far my favorite. Any of the salads with banana blossom are delicious and spicy. The green mango salad is a must.
  • ZZubin
    ZZubin11月 14, 2015
    As you can see from my tips, I'm Boons biggest fan (my fav place in NYC) but if ur seated after 930 your experience will be meh. Dishes run out, sometimes reheated and staff is super crabby these days
  • Valentina M.
    Putting this here so I don't forget and can order again tomorrow: Sweetbreads and curry snails and scallops and duck and crab fried rice and grilled octopus and ❤️ THE 🐸 FROG 🐸 LEGS ❤️
  • Jess N.
    Jess Naldo2月 15
    There are few places I'd wait two hours for but I'd wait four for the rotisserie chicken, crab fried rice, fried pig ears and the bone marrow. Prepare for the ultimate but most amazing food coma.
  • Sanaë L.
    Sanaë Lemoine7月 31, 2014
    The mango salad with avocado is creamy and perfectly flavored. I'm a fan of the lush golden curry -- though careful it's a heavy dish, so best to share with appetizers and friends!
  • Kendra B.
    Kendra Borowski5月 29, 2013
    Frogs legs special was great. Skip the crab dip. Whole roasted fish with naam prik dipping sauce was perfect. Sit at tables in the back, high tops a bit too high. Pricy but not surprising for the area
  • Eater
    Eater10月 10, 2014
    Uncle Boons' Milk Toast is better than a donut. The restaurant's Milk Bread is inspired by sweet toasts typically sold at coffee shops in Thailand. 続きを見る
  • Bryan B.
    Bryan Bonczek3月 7, 2015
    All dishes are awesome, but some are very spicy (looking at you, banana salad). Ask your server to help balance the spice level of your order according to your heat tolerance.
  • Willem V.
    Willem Van Lancker8月 6, 2015
    ここに5回以上来ました
    Order a ton and eat family-style. Betel leaf wraps, golden curry, charred octopus, and spicy lamb salads are all musts. Don't sleep on the spicy boon brew, it's dope.
  • Diego R.
    Diego Romero2月 28, 2016
    MENG KUM-Betel leaf wraps, MEE KROB-Sweetbreads with crispy noodle salad, PLA MUUK-Grilled baby octopus, KHAO SOI KAA GAI Golden curry and the coconut Sundae. Best Thai.
  • Chris E.
    Chris Evans10月 12, 2015
    Do not miss the banana blossom salad. Incredibly spicy and bright, it's one of the best starters in the city. Also congrats the the Michelin star!
  • Emily W.
    Emily Wilson7月 25, 2015
    Everything is really dank. DO NOT miss out on the mango sticky rice for dessert if it's available (which sadly, is almost never... does mango season last like a week only?)
  • Alice Eunjin
    Alice Eunjin4月 29, 2015
    "Boons Plate loaded with Thai-style fried eggs, Issan sausage over jasmine rice with chili jam, and a Bloody Boons with Thai bird chilies, wild ginger, and cilantro"
  • Maya S.
    Maya Shanmugam7月 2, 2015
    Heat is taken seriously at this awesome Thai joint. So seriously that the banana blossom salad will not be kicked down. It's delicious, just not for the faint hearted
  • Alex N.
    Alex Nguyen6月 8, 2015
    ここに5回以上来ました
    come here for brunch— the khao soi is divine. the milk toast and coconut sundae are also excellent.
  • Carrie B.
    Carrie Booth7月 19, 2013
    The set menu for 8 or more is very good value at $50 a head...and yes, you do get their coconut sundae.
  • Benjamin P.
    Benjamin Palmer1月 13, 2014
    Great place to eat. The Khao Soi is tops. Also try blowfish tail & scallops. Its all decently spicy so stick to some crisp Singha beers maybe
  • IrmaZandl T.
    IrmaZandl The Opinionator4月 26, 2013
    ここに10回以上来ました
    Recommend: chicken salad with banana blossoms (spicy), grilled blow fish,, chicken curry, coconut ice cream with cream. I LOVE this restaurant!
  • Chad H.
    Chad Horner11月 18, 2015
    don't expect a typical pad thai etc. menu; expect a range of proteins - from frog legs to snails - with citrus, spice, and peanuts featured throughout. fantastic
  • Dina
    Dina4月 24, 2014
    Some of the best Thai food in NY right now (Northern thai) Spice level high, flavors are complex. Not cheap, trendy so reservations needed.
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