That’s Some Bangin’ Dish

Bangkok Cuisine’s Lunch special gives you a choice of dumplings (left) or spring rolls (Above).

Bangkok Cuisine’s Lunch special gives you a choice of dumplings (Above) or spring rolls.

It’s a cold winter day and you decide to meet up with your friends to eat at a Thai restaurant.

Take a trip to Thailand. Well, take a trip to Forest Hills. Bangkok Cuisine is located between Queens Boulevard and Austin Street and while parking may be hard to find, if you’re coming from Edison, you can easily take the F train and it’ll be right around the corner.

This Thai restaurant opens during lunch time and will give you the warm welcome you need after walking through the bitter Winter cold. With a modern looking ambience, not only will you feel the warmth from their welcome, but also in their dishes. According to the manager Nappon Sangchan, “The most popular dishes here are the noodles: Drunken Noodles, Pad Thai, and Pad See Ew.”

A clean plate of Spicy Basil Fried Rice.

A clean plate of Spicy Basil Fried Rice.

If you are a little short on funds, Bangkok Cuisine offers an $8 lunch special that comes with a choice of soup or salad, an appetizer, and an entree.

Aside from the affordable prices, their dishes itself satisfy your Thai food standards. From the taste to the presentation.When asked what did she like the most about Bangkok Cuisine’s food, customer Cassean Zuniga’s said, “The variety of flavor in just one dish.”

Thai food incorporates peanuts, so for those of you that have an allergy, keep away. Other than that, enjoy a quick conversation with your friends as you wait, not too long, for your bangin’ dish.

Gwyneth Ganigan

My name is Gwyneth but many call me Gwen. I have a passion for writing. I absolutely adore poetry and expressing my deepest thoughts through personal essays. I tend to connect my writing with photographs I take. In fact, I had the opportunity to work as a Production Intern funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies. Along with my films, I worked on my writing by analyzing artwork at museums. When I am not writing, I’m binge watching Netflix and binge eating.

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