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117 Columbia St (at Kane St)
Brooklyn, NY 11231
United States
(map) (718) 923-9322
  • 83.4
  • Michelin Stars
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The desserts here are as much cultural artifacts as everything else. The ice cream “sandwich”—a hot-dog bun filled with coconut ice cream, peanuts and chocolate sauce—isn’t a cute idea from the chef, but a...
Jay Cheshes
Time Out

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    The desserts here are as much cultural artifacts as everything else. The ice cream “sandwich”—a hot-dog bun filled with coconut ice cream, peanuts and chocolate sauce—isn’t a cute idea from the chef, but a copy of a popular Thai street snack.

    Time Out
    95
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    Because you’re not really in Thailand, after all, you can wash this grub down with an exhaustive selection of Brooklyn-style mixologist cocktails (try the deceptively lethal Lord Bergamot, made with vodka infused with Earl Grey tea).

    New York Magazine
    91
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    Pok Pok NY, in Red Hook, Brooklyn, is a family-friendly Thai restaurant with good food and lousy service.

    Bloomberg
    62
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    The herb-happy laaps—salads of minced fish or meat—are each dressed differently, beautifully balanced, and come with a plate of esoteric fresh herbs and tiny raw eggplants, the petals like a crisp, unripe pear.

    Village Voice
    94
  • "
    Chiang Mai arrives in New York.

    Serious eats
    85
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    The first way Pok Pok Ny shifts your perspective is by offering the food of northern Thailand, which has been largely missing from New York. With a wealth of ingredients and an abundance of pork and firewood, the region developed a cuisine that is less incendiary than other Thai cooking, contains almost no coconut milk...

    New York Times
    90