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Pagoda Thailand Restaurant
Sun-Thu, noon-11pm; Fri-Sat, noon-midnight
Nearby Subway Stops
L at Graham Ave.
- Outdoor Dining
- Delivery after 10pm
Boerum St. to Norman Ave., Vandervoort Ave. to Kent Ave.
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While Williamsburg has no shortage of Thai options, Pagoda stands its ground in ambience, food, and value. The takeout counter greets you up front, and a glass facade that opens in nice weather draws in foot traffic. Inside, an open kitchen faces a wall of bench seating and tightly packed tables; out back, a spacious patio relieves overflow. To begin, long, skinny spring rolls arrive upright in a tall glass, their bases soaking in plum sauce, while meltingly soft chicken curry puffs come with a cucumber salad for contrasting crunch. Spicy curry, broad noodle, and coned rice entrées come with an extensive selection of proteins, all mixed with vegetables and covered in your choice of sauce, including a tasty sweet soy or a spicier chile. The generous portions arrive on large, square plates with chopsticks and a fork. Lunch specials, served until 4:30 p.m., come with tom yum soup or a Thai salad topped with tofu and peanut dressing.Recommended Dishes
Chicken curry puffs, $4; pad see yu, $8.50-$11.50; pad prix king, $9.50-$11.50
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