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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

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

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  1. thai overload alert!

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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.

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      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?

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

        Song
        295 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215

        Watana
        420 7th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215

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