We were very excited to hear that SriPraPhai had opened a location in Williamsburg. The Queens restaurant is considered to be among the best Thai spots in New York City. That said, we were disappointed by the oily, low quality mess we were served at SriPraPhai. We haven’t visited the much-hyped Woodside location in a couple of years, but we hope their quality hasn’t dipped as well. Despite our high expectations, SriPraPhai is just another mediocre North Brooklyn Thai joint.
The expansion here makes SriPraPhai more accessible for much of NYC, bringing the restaurant much closer to Brooklyn and downtown Manhattan inhabitants. Signature dishes at the restaurant, often heralded as a pioneer in NYC’s Thai scene, include the Isan sour sausage and mango sticky rice, though the expansive menu also includes lots of larb, noodles, soups, curries, and more.