If your first industrial, streamlined, high-energy Thai restaurant is a success, it only makes sense to create another. Partners Ariele Apariciot and Andrew Jerro, who own the Cobble Hill spot Joya, have spun off a similar eatery in Park Slope: Song, which means “two” in Thai. It’s just as lively as the original. A DJ positioned on the cement dining-room floor spins electronica while diners share dishes like a nicely plated pad thai, saucy curries and creamy coconut soup. Nightly specials are handwritten on colored paper; order the likes of crunchy chicken wontons, lip-stinging glazed wings and steamed Thai mussels, and watch the chefs prepare it in the open kitchen.
293 Fifth Ave
|Cross street:||at 2nd St|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu, Sun 5–11pm; Fri, Sat 5pm–12:30am|
|Transport:||Subway: F, G, M, R to Fourth Ave–9th St|
|Price:||Average main course: $7. Cash only|
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Average User Rating
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Amazing Thai place. The clear winner for Park Slope but also one of the best anywhere in NYC. The prices are super low, the portions are huge, and the flavors (truly spicy when you ask for it) are amazing. Since moving out of Park Slope, I can't find anything the comes close to the quality of Song.