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7708 Woodside Ave (at 78th St)
Elmhurst, NY 11373
United States
(map) (718) 424-0844
  • 80.9
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On a sleepy Elmhurst block, family recipes are served with a blissful disregard for tamer palates, while the pork-heavy menu lists items not found at most spots around town
Edna Ishayik
New York Magazine

* Critic Reviews

  • "
    appreciate Ayada most for its hearty dishes, like rice cooked with funky shrimp paste or porky sausage with hot dipping sauces

    Serious eats
    80
  • "
    On a sleepy Elmhurst block, family recipes are served with a blissful disregard for tamer palates, while the pork-heavy menu lists items not found at most spots around town

    New York Magazine
    84
  • "
    Ayada feels like the family-run places in Bangkok, small but clean and neat, well cared for

    New York Times
    88
  • "
    Ayada makes its own ice cream. The green-tea version is a bit sweeter than the Nipponese standard; more interesting is iced-tea ice cream, made with the syrup normally deployed in Thai iced tea. You'll find it tastes a thousand times better in the ice cream than in the too-sweet beverage.

    Village Voice
    86