With winter descending upon the city, you may be looking for some spicy and hot dishes to keep you warm during the colder months. Pongsri Thai Restaurant serves traditional Thai soups and curries made with only the freshest ingredients and authentic recipes. With three seperate Manhattan locations, Pongsri Thai Restaurant has established a reputation of unyielding tradition, quality and excellence, serving New Yorkers the best Thai cuisine since 1972.
Pongsri Thai Restaurant offers traditional and spicy soups and curries, guaranteed to provide you a spicy and flavorful way to warm up this winter.
The Tom Yum Goong is a savory traditional shrimp soup, spiced with exotic Thai herbs, mushrooms, lime juice, lemongrass and coriander leaves.
The Tom Kha Gai is a spicy chicken soup in coconut milk broth with galangal, onions, bell peppers, chili and lime juice.
The Coconut Red Curry Noodle Soup is served with egg noodles with red curry, coconut milk, bell peppers, carrots, broccoli, and basil. Pongsri also offers chicken, pork and mixed vegetable options.
The Coconut Masaman Curry Noodle Soup is egg noodles with fried tofu, peanuts, friend onions, and garlic, served with your choice of shrimp, calamari, pork, or chicken.
Pongsri Thai Restaurant also served an assortment of traditional Thai entrees and favorites. Visit any of their three locations across New York City for a spicy way to thaw this winter season.