Restaurants, Thai Downtown
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Chef Ngam Prom, who cut her teeth at Spice Market and Perry Street, turns to the food of her homeland, Thailand, for her first solo effort—a rustic 70-seat restaurant in the East Village. The Chiang Mai native makes the food of her childhood with chefly tweaks. Khao soi, the traditional northern curry with egg noodles, is updated with the additions of lobster and banana blossom chips. The sour pork sausage, sai oua, is reconceptualized as a beef burger flavored with lemongrass, chilies and kafir lime leaf, and topped with cilantro-lime mayo.


Venue name: Ngam
Address: 99 Third Ave
New York
Cross street: between 12th and 13th Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Thu 11:30am–4pm, 5–11pm; Fri 11:30am–4pm, 5pm–midnight; Sat 10am–4pm, 5pm–midnight; Sun 10am–4pm, 5–11pm
Transport: Subway: L to Third Ave
Price: Average main course: $18. AmEx, Diner's, Disc, MC, V
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I've never been the biggest fan of pork belly, tried it here on a whim and was completely satisfied on my way out the door. Great service here too. Spring rolls were good too :)


Delicious zucchini pad thai! Dining atmosphere is really fun and convenient to the subway. When ordering online for takeout, the zucchini pad thai doesn't travel as well and is super watery and doesn't seem like a hearty portion size but still pretty good.