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NYC Hotspot Find: Uncle Boons

NYC Hotspot Find: Uncle Boons | meltingbutter.com

UNCLE BOONS, NOLITA

Let’s say you’re reminiscing about your last trip to Thailand, when you were nursing that ice-cold beer and grazing on Thai food with that unmistakable fresh, dynamic flavor. You want to recreate that, but you’re stuck in Lower Manhattan, that concrete jungle we all know lacks quality Thai, considering every other cuisine it does so well. Enter Uncle Boons, one of the latest cult Asian restaurants to hit Nolita serving up ice-cold beers and traditional home-style, yet exciting and forward-thinking Thai food.

Best Bit: Once you taste the food for yourself, you’ll surely detect the fact that it’s cooked by someone who has grown up around Thai home cooking.  It won’t surprise you either, that the owners are experienced fine dining chefs for choice NYC establishments like Per Se.

http://www.uncleboons.com/

7 Spring St, New York, NY 10012
(646) 370-6650

NYC Hotspot Find: Uncle Boons | meltingbutter.com

Uncle Boons’ Thai kitsch interiors – Photo: Oleg March, courtesy of Uncle Boons

NYC Hotspot Find: Uncle Boons | meltingbutter.com

Jaan Bangsaen (grilled seafood plate for two with octopus, prawns & blowfish tails) – Photo: Evan Sung, courtesy of Uncle Boons

 

 

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(Feature Photo: Mieng Kum (betel leaf wrap with ginger, lime, toasted coconut, dried shrimp, chilies & peanuts) by Evan Sung, Courtesy of Uncle Boons)

 

 

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