OTT

c/o NY Mag

970 Manhattan Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11222
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718.609.2416

Cuisine: Thai
Our Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★
Cards: Cash Only
Price: $
Hours: Mon-Thur 11am-11pm; Fri-Sat 11am-Midnight; Sun 12pm-11pm
Booze: Beer and Wine
Subway: G to Greenpoint Ave.
Menu: Click Here
Delivery: Yes
NY Mag says:

Just a few blocks away from the ridiculously popular and invariably packed Thai Café, northern Greenpoint’s OTT is an overlooked gem. Small and simple, with homey brick walls, tasteful track lighting, and a painted, beaming Buddha, the lack of edginess doesn’t mean an absence of varied, subtly balanced dishes. Rousing openers like som tam marry crisp papaya and tomato in a salad underscored with tart lime. Pla-muck tod balances surprisingly delicate calamari served with a pungent chili “ketchup,” and gob gra-tiam, robust frog’s legs, could give Buffalo wings a serious run for their money. Above and beyond the ample Bangkok coconut-milk and curry standards and vegetarian plates, OTT’s seafood is particularly impressive. Pla chu-chee, a succulent fried whitefish topped with mild, creamy curry and galanga, ginger’s earthy, herby cousin, beautifully captures the bright harmony of contrasting flavors that defines fine Thai cooking.

Metromix says:

Rarely crowded, Ott proves that some of the best, inexpensive Thai food in the city remains in Greenpoint/Williamsburg. Most of the curry and noodle dishes come in around $7-8 (save for the seafood). Also highly recommended for delivery.

Comments

  1. Outrageously expensive now, portions are so small-it IS A JOKE. Unfriendly staff. Food is fine but portions are invisible, you need to eat 2 or 3 even to feel it, so with all that it is highly NOT RECOMMENDED. DON’T WASTE YOUR MONEY.

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