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  • Thai, Asian Fusion
  • 38 E 8th St, New York NY10003 40.7313507 -73.9942111
  • (Btwn University Pl & Greene St)
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  • (212) 529-2363
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User Ratings (Based on 58 reviews)

3.775
Food 3.8 Value 4.0
Service 3.4 Atmosphere 3.8

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 529-2363
voice
(212) 529-2386
Fax:
fax
(212) 529-2342
Websites:
www.cafetasia.com
www.eatcafetasianyc.com
Place Order:
Order From cafetasia for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx
Hours:
Sun-Thu: 11am-11pm Fri-Sat: 11am-12am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Prix Fixe, Tasting Menu, Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Private Parties
Min Delivery:
15.00

User Reviews

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    Posted by Anonymous on 05/12/2007

    i love it here!

    i stumbled across this place months ago and have been going ever since! the food is fantastic, especially the starters. They have some of the most fabulous drinks including a "Thai Mojito" and many others. The prices are amazing along with the service and the atmosphere is slightly romantic. GREAT PLACE TO GO WITH FRIENDS OR ON A DATE.

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    Posted by WestVillageResident on 04/30/2007

    Can wait to go back!

    When I place my chopsticks, my body was contented. I liked the clean cared foods and white dishes made good presentation. The prices are incredibly reasonable. Main dishes for dinner are only $10-$13 (large portion). My lunch was only $7+ drinks $1 (Thai iced tea). My tip was $2. I agreed to all the good reviews. Chic, delightful, beautiful secret spot, trendy, simplistic, clean and hanging candle lights and individual candles at each table were nice touch. I can’t wait to go back for dinner to enjoy the lights. For lunch, looking outside and not getting sunlight directly able to enjoy other street more. The reflection of growing sunlight was delightful. The whole street sidewall is clear glass and facing to the street enjoying watching people was very nice. I didn’t choose to sit back wall seat but after I got used to the space and looked around, the back wall seats maybe enjoy the space with floating candlelight and also able to enjoy entire street. It must be incredible as well. Next time, I will sit the back and it will be VERY soon!

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    Posted by Ann on 04/30/2007

    Great find

    Each time a friend comes into the city to visit, I make a point of taking them here for lunch. The food is great, and the atmosphere is nice. It's a trendy little place, with decent service. I would not hesitate to recommend it!

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    Posted by jimmy on 04/02/2007

    One of the best thai places in nyc

    I go to this place almost twice a week for lunch. The lunch specials are only $7 for a small dish and an entree. Drinks are $1 and you should try the thai iced coffee. The service can get bad when the place gets crowded during the peak time, but usually the waitstaff are nice (although they kinda rush you, but what do you expect?). The atmosphere is surprisingly trendy and simplistic and the dishes are good. I reccomend the pad thai, basil udon, and fried rice for entrees and spring rolls or gyoza for the small dishes. Now I'm gonna have to eat at cafetasia for lunch tomorrow.

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    Posted by Kim Alexander on 03/28/2007

    NYC's best kept secret for Thai!

    Had the duck stir fry lunch special. It isn't on the daily lunch menu but should be. Was fantastic! The duck was succulent, had a tasty garlicy ginger sauce with scallions , etc. Great portion for lunch. The chicken and shrimp shumai was also delicious. All for only $7! Added a cranberry juice for only $1 more. The hosts was attentive and the decor is beautifully traditional. Inexpensive food, with expensive taste. This spot is going to be a regular for me!

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    Posted by Ashley on 02/20/2007

    Secret Spot breaks loose

    This chic and delightful secret spot for beautiful Pan Asian,Thai food should be the best little "not kept" restaurant secret in NYC. Go, have fun, and dont forget the spring rolls-fantastic!

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    Posted by Paul on 01/26/2007

    Great find

    I ate there last night for the first time. It was great, the food was excellent and the prices incredibly reasonable. The only complaint I have is the drinks didn't seem strong at all, usually one will get me a bit tipsy, but after two I still didn't feel anything.

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