Jaiya Restaurant Best Thai Food in NYC! Gramercy and Upper East Side!

JAIYA – Gramercy
NEW YORK, NY 10016
T. 212.889.1330

New York

NEW YORK, NY 10075
T. 212.717.8877

Whether you are a couple wanting to enjoy an intimate dinner, or a group celebrating a birthday, a wedding, baby shower, or whatever the reason may be, the staff at Jaiya will be gladly to accompany you with your needs. Experience traditional Thai cuisine, the way it tasted and was prepared during the years of the SIAM era. Order the food as little or as much spices as you want, because there are no other spices like Jaiya, but be prepared to be warned by the staff when you are ordering “HOT”. The staff will be gladly to prepare your entrée with the amount of spice level that you like, but will also stand and watch to see if you are sweating from the heat of the spices.

Come in and enjoy a scenic, candlelight atmosphere, where the cuisine is freshly made with each order, and the friendly service assures a wonderful dining experience.

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Best Thai Food In New York City

The Nuaa Thai Restaurant:
1122 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10065

1. Tom Yum: spicy and sour lemongrass soup
2. Tom Kha: coconut galangal soup
3. Chor Moung: purple blossom dumplings
4. Moo Krob: crispy skin braised pork
5. Ka Nom Jeeb: blue crab and shrimp dumpling
6. Khai Lok Khaey: son-in-law fried quail egg
7. Kha Moo Panang: panang curry braised pork shank
8. Pla Tod: crispy skin whole Branzino
9. Massaman Nuer: slow braised short rib massaman curry
10. Ka Nom Jeen: colossal crab curry noodle
11. Gai Yang: kaffir lime infused cornish game hen
12. Pad Thai Koong: pad thai jumbo tiger prawn
13. Mango coconut mousse
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