In a city with a glut of Thai restaurants, it may seem hard to pick out a place that's the ""best"". However, that's only if you've never been to Morningside. As far as the food there, I can only say that there's a reason it's known as ""The Good Place"" among my friends, with no further clarification needed. The cheese rolls are a favorite appetizer, but all the appetizers are sure to please. The Tom Yum and Tom Kha Ghai are both fabulous (these are Thai soups, for those who don't know). For main dishes, Basil Beef, Spicy Duck, Massamon, Tiger Cried, and Pad Thai are all high points, but with a menu that's 7 pages long you'll be sure to find a new treasure each time you go.
Pros: Moderately Priced, Courteous Staff, Ample Seating
Cons: Limited Parking