This venue is closed.
Directions to Jasmine Thai: go up Second Avenue, past Totonno’s Pizzeria Napolitano and Libertà Pizza, past East Side Pan Pizza and Tony’s di Napoli, and then it’s just across from Mimma’s Italiano. If you get to Delizia Pizza you’ve gone too far. Jasmine is a standout in the neighborhood for reasons other than the fact that they don’t serve pizza: It’s really good Thai at a great price. The dark wood interior gives the restaurant a cozy feel, despite seating ample enough for all the patrons of each of the nearby pizzerias combined. It’s not surprising that an Asian restaurant has so many tables, and that most of these tables are full—New Yorkers know a good deal when they find one. Delicious steamed dumplings are $6.95, and flavorful and fresh-tasting pad Thai is only $9.25. An added bonus is the wine list—first that it exists at all, offering choices beyond plum wine and lukewarm tea, and second, because the prices are as reasonable as the ones on the food menu. Delivery and takeout are also available, making Jasmine a compelling reason to forgo the pie and opt for Thai.Note
Reservations are only accepted for parties of four or more.
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