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  • 1. Warwick Thai

    This classy eatery is one of Warwick’s best-kept secrets. One look at the menu and you’ll want to order everything. Instead, start off light with steamed Thai dumplings, stuffed with chicken, pork, and water chestnuts, before venturing into dinner territory. Where to Get the Best Thai Food in the Hudson Valley
  • 2. Mt. Fuji Steakhouse

    On a mountaintop high over the New York State Thruway, you can time travel 50 years into the past and 50 into the future, all on the same 40 acres. Welcome to Mt. Fuji Steakhouse, an iconic hibachi-style restaurant that marks birthdays, confirmations, engagements, and family gatherings over flaming onion volcanoes, flying shrimp tails, and Read more...
  • 3. Sushi Bada

    Sushi Bada is an elegant sushi restaurant in Suffern.
  • We could only hope every sushi outing was all-you-can-eat. At AJ’s Sushi and Cajun Seafood, it can be. Start with kitchen faves like kani salad, shumai, and agedashi tofu. Then dive into dozens of sushi and sashimi such as squid, red snapper, and eel, or classics like Boston, Philadelphia, and yellowtail jalapeño. Finish the night Read more...
  • 5. Thai Garden

    This Rockland eatery is beloved throughout the county and beyond for its authentic eats and top-notch service. If heat isn’t an issue, try the pad khi mao, or drunken noodles. The thin rice noodles pair perfectly with the flavorful basil and the spicy chili sauce. Where to Get the Best Thai Food in the Hudson Read more...
  • 6. Thai House

    This Nyack hotspot is a mainstay for Thai cuisine, and for good reason. The savory menu has traditional dishes that appeal to both newcomers and aficionados. Order the curry puffs, filled with delectable chicken and potatoes, as an appetizer before moving onto the ped penang, a spicy roasted duck dish, for the main course. Where Read more...
  • 7. UNoodles Snack Bar

    At first glance, the fusion of Asian and Italian dishes at this Rockland County restaurant may confuse you, but its premise is actually fairly simple — all types of noodles, all the time. So if you don’t discriminate, head to Haverstraw for a cheesy plate of pasta or a steamy bowl of broth-soaked ramen (we’re Read more...
  • 8. The Barley House

  • 9. Citrus

    Indian and Thai flavors are highlighted here: Sample the citrus calamari, try the popular tandoori dishes, or opt for vegetable masala. A spin on mango cheesecake is a favorite dessert. Whether it’s a regular day of the week or a special occasion like Mother’s Day or Father’s Day, Citrus Restaurant pulls out all the stops Read more...
  • 10. Kanda House

    When you’re craving comforting Thai food in a hurry, Kanda House has you covered. Place two orders for the steamed dumplings. They’re so good you’ll want a “back-up” for later. For an entrée, you can’t go wrong with pad Thai. Where to Get the Best Thai Food in the Hudson Valley

    11. One More Bite

    The Main Street eatery has everything you might expect from a Korean fusion restaurant: vegetarian kimchi, French dip báhn mìs, bulgogi hoagies, spicy BBQ chicken wings, eggrolls, and chicken katsu fingers. Related: One More Bite Brings Korean Fusion to Beacon's Main Street
  • 12. Golden Buddha Thai

    Fishkill’s Thai restaurant has all of the staples, like pad Thai, pad see-ew, and pad gra pow. Skip those, however, and try one of the more creative offerings on the menu. The “Garlic Lover” may not be an acceptable choice for date night, but the combination of sautéed garlic, oyster sauce, and vegetables will have Read more...
  • 13. Bangkok Café

    If you like duck, try the duck noodle soup for lunch or the shoo-shi duck with curry and vegetables for dinner. This family friendly spot has milder fried rice options that work well for little ones. Where to Get the Best Thai Food in the Hudson Valley
  • 14. Bonsai

    A Hudson Valley favorite, Bonsai serves Japanese fare like sushi, tempura and bento boxes.

    15. Tokyo Express

    Sushi lovers in Poughkeepsie need look no further than Tokyo Express for rolls of all varieties. Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 16. Thai Spice

    If you want the most bang for your buck, Thai Spice is the place for you. Skip the appetizers and go straight to the entrees. The portions are easily enough for two meals, if not more, so don’t be shy about asking for a to-go container when your stomach calls it quits. Where to Get Read more...
    Although this local family chain is not strictly Thai, it does serve up a mean plate of pad Thai. Anyone with allergies or dietary restrictions will love Yum Yum, where customized eats are the name of the game. Where to Get the Best Thai Food in the Hudson Valley Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 18. Super Bowl Cuisine

    Set below Uptown in the somewhat-less-scenic Kingston Plaza, Super Bowl Cuisine’s cavernous space disguises the city’s best Chinese food. Whether you’ve come for all-you-can-eat Hot Pot or standard dishes, Super Bowl scores repeatedly when it comes to flavor and texture. The eggplant in garlic sauce is a special highlight.