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Jun 23, 2008 09:23 AM

Thai Tony's Park Slope

We walked by Thai Tony's on 7th between 15th and 16th on Sunday and thought that it looked very authentic - the cooks all seemed to be Thai and the space was very clean with an open kitchen (it's takeout/delivery only). So we decided to order our dinner from there - it is our new delivery favorite for Thai. The food was hot and fresh and the menu has all of the classics plus some more unusual dishes.

We had a crispy duck salad that was very tasty (if a little sweet for my taste), Tofu with bamboo shoots and a chicken dish. All three were fresh and had distinct flavors. I definitely put it above both Watana and Song (at least for delivery - the food was inedible the last couple of times we ordered from Song).

If you are looking for fresh, tasty, Thai in the South Slope, I would give it a shot:

Thai Tony's
447 7th Ave, Brooklyn 11215
At 15th St
Phone: 718-788-3610

Thai Tony's
447 7th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215

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    1. re: TBird

      Speaking of overload, another Thai place opened this weekend on 5th Avenue in Park Slope. I think it's called Mee Thai.

      Mee Thai
      180 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217

    2. try ginger iced tea... food is tasty but a little sweet

      1. I must respectfully disagree... it's been so long since I ate there however so I won't be much help with specifics. Certain things were off... food was eh.

        What irked me was how they made my thai iced teas as soon as I ordered them so that the ice watered them down before my food even hit a container.

        AM Thai is the place I enjoy best. Watana had a great shrimp in a pineapple appetizer and their food was quite good. I've never been to Song, where is it?

        And wait, I ate at the Thai Tony's on Ft Hamilton Parkway... same owners I presume. They opened two restaurants so close together both in timing and distance? Have you been to the Ft Hamilton one? Are they identical or is this one better?

        Am-Thai Chili Basil
        359 McDonald Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11218

        295 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215

        420 7th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215

        Thai Tony's
        3019 Fort Hamilton Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11218