This minichain of Thai restaurants has swelled to include several locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens since the Upper East Side original opened in 1997. A neighborhood standby, the eatery serves dependable renditions of Southeast Asian favorites, including thom kha gai (chicken-coconut soup), pad thai, panang curry and a red snapper in tamarind sauce.
|Venue name:||Spice - East Village||Contact:|
104 Second Ave
|Cross street:||between E Sixth and Seventh Sts|
|Price:||$30 and under|
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