June 19, 2013
The Lily List
Living the Good Life - Westchester, Food, Fashion, & Fun
Pad thai, Kang Karee, Garlic chicken, Curry puffs
As diverse of a community as Westchester is, we do not have a good representation of ethnic food. Every country, every region, should have at least one restaurant, even more to continue challenging the quality of the food. If you have a neighbor or friend that cooks amazing food from their country, find five more friends to pool in money and open a restaurant. The average failure rate of a restaurant is something insanely high like 75%. Those statistics don’t apply here. We are starving for diverse food, at least I know I am. Bangkok Spice makes really good Thai food. We need more restaurants like this.
Why this business is featured on The Lily List:
Rainbow of Curries. They have red curry, green curry, yellow curry, even jungle curry. I tried the Kang Karee (yellow curry) and it had good flavor.
Pad Thai. If you are a Thai restaurant and your Pad Thai is not one of your number one sellers, then you might as well close up shop now. Bangkok Spice does it well. I like mine with a little bit more heat, nothing a little Sriracha can’t cure.
Curry Puffs. This was new to me. Deep fried and filling had great flavor. Cucumber sauce compliments the puff nicely.
Pad Thai ($10 – $19), Curry Puff ($5.95), Lunch Special ($7.95)
Weekdays 11am – 10pm. Weekends 11am – 11pm.
1161 East Main Street, Shrub Oak (914-245-3690). For more information and a complete menu, go to bangkokspicekitchen.com
Photo: taken by The Lily List
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