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Kittichai (CLOSED)

at the 60 Thompson Hotel
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  • Thai, Vegetarian-Friendly
  • 60 Thompson St, New York NY10012 40.7241042 -74.0032714
  • (Btwn Spring & Broome St)
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  • (212) 219-2000
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User Ratings (Based on 88 reviews)

3.585
Food 3.4 Value 2.9
Service 3.6 Atmosphere 4.4

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 219-2000
Fax:
fax
(212) 925-2991
Website:
www.kittichairestaurant.com
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon-Wed: 7am-11am+6pm-10pm Thu-Fri: 7am-11am+6pm-11pm Sat: 7am-11am+11:30am-3pm+6pm-11pm Sun: 7am-11am+11:30am-3pm+6pm-10pm
Serves:
Breakfast, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Outdoor Dining, Prix Fixe, Tasting Menu, Pre/Post Theater, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Kittichai

    Posted by Mike on 09/09/2010

    I loved it!

    I went here on 30% off through VillageVines.com and absolutely loved it. I liked it so much that I went back full price. The food was delicious and there were plenty of servers being attentive to our table that we never went without a drink. I highly recommend this spot! We did a tasting menu to see all that the chef had to offer. I could see if I didn't do tasting menu having a different experience, but I loved getting a small taste of everything... A++

  • Kittichai

    Posted by Michael on 07/15/2010

    Just OK

    Not the best fusion restaurant I've experienced. The chocolate sauced ribs were "thick" in texture and the flavors didn't work for me. The service was intense! We had at least five people attending the table. Not a repeat for me.

  • Kittichai

    Posted by Anonymous on 03/10/2010

    Very Good

    well i read the bad reviews before going my date was paying so i went looking for the worst like the reviews i read, but it was great the food was really good & drinks were the best the place looks very sexy. I'm going back. I ate the fish and she had the steak u did not need a knife to cut it wow. The fish has no bones. Anyways check out things for yourself before listening to others.

  • Kittichai

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/20/2010

    Worst cost / benefit in town

    The food is presented nicely but the taste is far below average of any Asian Fusion restaurant in town . Not worth the price charged.

  • Kittichai

    Posted by Marisa on 10/03/2009

    Not worth it

    Food was ok. Nothing was really amazing, just ok. I would only have a couple of dishes again. The vegetables kept coming repeated and food was too much for a tasting menu. Not a good value for your meal.

  • Kittichai

    Posted by anonymous on 09/13/2009

    Great cocktails, below average food!

    Went with a large party and had a tasting menu. As others have said, the chocolate ribs don't make sense. The food in general was okay to disappointing. And I felt like a sucker for paying so much for food that wasn't nearly as good as a cheap thai restaurant. The best items were the salmon tartar appetizer and the flourless choc cake. The cocktails are original, inspired, and delicious! Conclusion: go for drinks or dessert only.

  • Kittichai

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/26/2009

    Amazing food, amazing decor, amazing service!

    Went to lunch for restaurant week at Kittichai and was blown away. First of all, most places charge $24.07 for lunch during restaurant week, but apparently Kittichai has a $20 brunch menu year round! Very well priced if you ask me. Decor was stellar. The main dining room has a large pond like area in the center which has floating candles and lily pads - soothing and calming. What blew me away the most however, was the creative use of natural light. You could almost imagine yourself in Thailand. Now on to food - For appetizers my friend and I shared crispy shrimp and corn fritters. Both very delicious. The shrimp was fried perfectly with a chili sauce to die for. The corn fritters also came with a creamy dipping sauce that complemented it very well. For entrees, I had the shrimp and scallop skewers with cashew rice. A little bit too lightly seasoned for my taste but then again I'm a gal who loves big bold flavors. It was still very very good however with an infused garlic taste. My friend had the coconut chicken with sauteed veggies which I absolutely loved. There was something about those veggies that I could not stop eating them. Great portions for lunch too! Not too much - just perfect. For dessert, we had flourless chocolate cake. The presentation on this one was stunning. It came wrapped in a banana leaf which our waiter slowly unwrapped for us one by one. It was pretty good but I kinda wished the cake came with a raspberry sauce or something instead of just cream. Tasted good but needed a little oomph. Last but not least, the service was phenomenal. Not overly cloying but very attentive. Our glasses were always filled and food came quickly at the perfect time only 5 minutes after appetizers. Waiter came to ask us how the food was and was very good about us paying with 2 cards and cash. Oh almost forgot - you MUST have the Thai iced coffee. I was blown away by this one. For only $5, you get three cute little flasks filled with Thai coffee, half and half, and liquid sugar. You also get a glass filled with ice and a beautiful flower - that way you can fill it up and make the coffee exactly to your taste. I really liked that concept and thought they gave me a lot of coffee for only $5. Overall, incredible value for a brunch and I would highly recommend this place to anyone. Great to relax in such a beautiful environment with great food and service!

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