Bangkok House in Hell's Kitchen, New York, NY

  Bangkok House in Hell's Kitchen, NY, New York

Bangkok House in Hell's Kitchen, NY, New York

Still exploring the many restaurants located on 46th, we noticed this small Thai restaurant called The Bangkok House. Well, small from the outside, big in the inside, thanks to the long shape of the dining room.

There, no surprise concerning the cuisine served as it is pretty standard, the only thing that would make them standout from other Thai restaurants is the prix-fixe menu that they propose for dinner, probably wanting to align with the other restaurants in the area that try to attract theater goers. 

I started of course with a Thai iced tea.

 Thai iced tea at  Bangkok House in Hell's Kitchen, NY, New York

Thai iced tea at Bangkok House in Hell's Kitchen, NY, New York

  Thai iced tea at   Bangkok House in Hell's Kitchen, NY, New York

Thai iced tea at Bangkok House in Hell's Kitchen, NY, New York

  Thai iced tea at   Bangkok House in Hell's Kitchen, NY, New York

Thai iced tea at Bangkok House in Hell's Kitchen, NY, New York

It was very good, but had too many ice cubes in it.

We decided not to have the prix-fixe and shared the spring rolls as an appetizer.

  spring rolls at Bangkok House in Hell's Kitchen, NY, New York

spring rolls at Bangkok House in Hell's Kitchen, NY, New York

They were good, tasty and not greasy. Pipping hot of course...

For her entree, Jodi ordered the pad see ew. 

  pad see ew at Bangkok House in Hell's Kitchen, NY, New York

pad see ew at Bangkok House in Hell's Kitchen, NY, New York

And I ordered the curry massaman. 

  curry massaman at Bangkok House in Hell's Kitchen, NY, New York

curry massaman at Bangkok House in Hell's Kitchen, NY, New York

I asked for not spicy, but there was definitely a bit of kick that started building up in the back of my throat. 

The food, pretty standard, was good and the portions generous. The service was also excellent, ensuring that we had everything we needed and liked the dishes. 

Would I go back? Yes, if I am in the area and am looking for a Thai that serves traditional dishes. For a more modern, more original and a little pricier menu, I would go to QI in Times Square. 

Enjoy (I did)!

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