Family recipes direct from Bangkok.
Great noodles + rice dishes cooked with traditional techniques in a stylish atmosphere.
What's the Deal?
Bangkok Bar serves up traditional favorites full of flavor. We opted for the Rama Chicken (jasmine rice topped with Thai peanut sauce and baby kale). Was it pricey? Sure. But this is NYC and $12 for a meal (half of it ended up coming home as leftovers) is nothing crazy.
Another popular menu item is the Thai 'young coconut water'- refreshing and always fun to drink out of an actual coconut. You'll also find sides from vegetables to pork belly buns to tofu buns (it's definitely Vegetarian friendly).
They pride themselves on the authenticity as the owners are "born and raised" in Bangkok (hence the B.A.R. in the name).
Bangkok Bar has several locations throughout the city, including a few food pop-ups- keep up to date on their site.
Bonus- Watch guide Nikki check out their noodles at the Vanderbilt Hall space here.
52 Gansevoort St.
Urbanspace Vanderbilt Market
230 Park Ave.