Exterior of Noods N’ Chill. Irina Groushevaia/Bklyner.comSOUTH WILLIAMSBURG — Two weeks ago, Plant Love House opened its fourth restaurant, Noods n’ Chill in South Williamsburg, an homage to their Chinese and Thai roots. Their first location in Elmhurst, Queens, was born out of a weekly dinner in Benjaporn’s
(Photo via BKLYNER)Mondayoff by Plant Love House, the newest authentic Thai spot to hit Cortelyou Road, celebrated their soft opening last night — and our mouths have been watering since we caught wind of the news in May [/second-enticing-thai-restaurant-slated-ditmas-park/]. After being Thai-less, Cortelyou’s restaurant row now offers two authentic
We look forward to checking this place out [/second-enticing-thai-restaurant-slated-ditmas-park/] to see how they stack up against Am Thai Bistro on Church and Corthaiyou on Cortelyou [/bold-delightful-thai-restaurant-opens-cortelyou-road/]. They just posted their menus in the windows and are having a soft opening on Thursday, June 8 at 5pm.
Mondayoff seems to be the name of the new Thai place [/second-enticing-thai-restaurant-slated-ditmas-park/] that has taken over Propellerhead spot on Coney Island avenue. Taqueria Maria & Ricardo [/taqueria-maria-ricardo-dishes-delightful-mexican-fare-ditmas-park/] on Cortelyou off Coney have applied for sidewalk seating. We hope it gets approved so we can devour their excellent tacos in the sunshine