Nora Thai, Formerly Qi Thai Grill, Teleports You To Thailand

February 8, 2017 | BTSNYC
Dining Qi Thai Restaurant Bar

Would you like to be instantly teleported to Thailand while being in Brooklyn!? Nora Thai, formerly Qi Thai Grill, in Williamsburg is the perfect spot for this journey, since they have very authentic Thai dishes and a décor that will definitely set the mood.

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New York is certainly a multi-cultural city and that extends to the inexplicable diversity into the gastronomy world. You are literally be able to find any type of cuisine you crave for.

From Greek, Chinese and Italian, to Brazilian, Mexican and African…NYC rocks the world of the hard core food lovers that live here or that come visit.

We visited a few months back a great authentic Thai restaurant, called Nora Thai, formerly Qi Thai Grill, and loved every single thing about it.

To start the décor teleports you into the heart Thailand. Lights were perfectly dimmed, decoration was flawless, the music was fantastic, the food extremely tasty, well served and beautifully displayed…and the price? Great!!!

We had a few different dishes like the: edamame, triple mushroom spring rolls, pad see ew (Fê Paronetto’s top pick) and pineapple fried rice (that we never resist)!

For dessert? Hummmm! They’re all so good! We do recommend just trying what sparks your eyes and entices your belly worms, hahaha!

Their menu is full of different variations and options for vegetarians, vegans, for the courageous ones that dive into the most spicy dishes and for the ones that love exploring the local culture with the super typical recipes!

Nora Thai, in Williamsburg has it all!

If you’re far from Brooklyn, they have two other locations in a bit more touristy area: Union Square and Times Square. They aren’t the same restaurant and menu, but they are all sister restaurants.

Monday – Thursday: 12pm – 11pm
Friday: 12pm – 12am
Saturday: 12:30pm – 12am
Sunday: 12:30pm – 11pm

Location: 176 North 9th Street


Photo Credit: Courtesy of Nora Thai
*Last Update Feb/2020.*

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