Prem-On Thai – 08.11.2007

Prem-On Thai – 08.11.2007

Thursday, September 13, 2007 by Wendy Lam

Prem-On Thai
138 W Houston Street
New York, NY 10012

The Scene
Prem-on Thai is located on the south border of Greenwich Village in New York City that expresses an authentic yet fun Thai dining through its skillfully prepared dishes by Chef Prak it in a warm contemporary atmosphere designed by Thida Thongthai. – Prem-On Thai

Went to Prem-On Thai last month for my friend Daisy’s B’day dinner, before going there I was kinda skeptical about the food. I’m not a huge fan of Thai food, but I was amazed that this place was actually pretty good! I’ve tried other Thai restaurants and weren’t really feeling them, but this has became my “go to” spot for Thai food and I def recommend this restaurant, all my gurls enjoyed it that night! This spot is also good for big parties, their tables are long and they also have a private area with tables you can combine for a larger party. The service was prompt and if it’s your b’day or your friend’s be sure to tell them they’ll give you a “loud” b’day announcement haha, it was def funny! We ordered a whole lot of food and the bill was not bad at all, but I can’t remember everything we ate (sorry!). Peep the meal after the jump…

Chicken Curry Puff chicken, potato, onion and curry powder inside a flaky crust, served with a cucumber chutney $5.00 (I think?)

Thai Handroll with Shrimp oven roasted thai pork or shrimp, oriental rice noodles and vegetables rolled in a steamed spring roll with skin accompanied by a savory sesame and chili tamarind sauce $7.00

Spicy Thai Crabcake fresh maryland crabmeat stuffed with thai herbs and spices $7.00

Grilled Chicken marinated with chili, garlic, lime juice and roasted chili paste and served with a thai sweet chili sauce, served with sticky rice $10.00

Oops, the last two pics with the flash was taken by Doris, I didn’t want to make her take it w/o flash and stay still for such a long time haha! I think only I have the patience for that!


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