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Non-Sripraphai Woodside Thai?

satsuma76 Feb 7, 2008 02:56 PM

I will be in Woodside next Wednesday, when Sripraphai is closed. (Right? It is closed on Wednesdays, yah?) So what are other great Thai restaurants in the area? Thanks!

  1. m
    myclawyer Feb 8, 2008 08:31 AM

    I would suggest changing your plans so that you could be in Woodside on a different day and then go to Sri. :)

    1. j
      JFores Feb 8, 2008 07:57 AM

      Chao Thai

      1. jen kalb Feb 7, 2008 05:50 PM

        go to Zabb on Roosevelt, on the Jackson Hts side of the BQE.

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        1. re: jen kalb
          missmasala Feb 8, 2008 07:09 AM

          I personally think Zabb is excellent, especially the apps/yums/salady things and some of the noodles.
          The staff there is very friendly and welcoming, too.
          these days it reminds me of how sri used to be, before the expansion. it is perhaps not as well-rounded a menu as sri (better at issan style stuff, not as good on curries, etc) but what they do well, they do very well.

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          Widmark Feb 7, 2008 04:44 PM

          there are 3 cheap-o, ex-chinese takeout choice places, Thai Malay, Uthai and I Am Thai, all of which are decent for a quick bite and generally much better then the type of chinese place they replaced, and probably better then most run of the mill thai places, none of them are super amazing. If it's dinner time, it's worth walking a few blocks to Jackson Heights for Zabb on Roosevelt and 72nd.

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