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Sea: The Thai Experience - 32 Reviews - 114 N 6th Street, Brooklyn, NY - Thai Restaurants Reviews - Phone (718) 384-8852

Sea: The Thai Experience

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114 N 6th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
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(718) 384-8852
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Sea: The Thai Experience - Brooklyn, NY
Sea: The Thai Experience - Brooklyn, NY
Sea: The Thai Experience - Brooklyn, NY

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Thai is always my fav.. but this restaurant is just so so. The shrimp fritter appetizer is warm and not...

Great food 9/21/2011

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Best Thai food 4/1/2006

Sea has some of the best Thai food in New York, and it's in bustling Willamsburg! The restaurant is also amazing-looking with a circular swings when you walk in, and a cute little reflection pond. The wait staff is very friendly and the food is just delicious. Get the drunk man's noodles, or the pad thai, or even the pork chops--everything is pretty good. They now have a branch in the city which I have never tried, but if it's half as the Brooklyn branch, it'll be delicious. more

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Sea (Restaurant) 3/31/2006

Sea (Restaurant) The place is located at 114 N. Sixth St. (Berry St.). I have been there over a dozen times. Great place. Usually packed on Fridays so don’t recommend you go on Fridays. Usually full on Saturdays but the wait is bearable. The full is great and the prices even better. Very cheap for what you get. And the place looks awesome. Recommend to get is the pineapple fried rice and fried calamari. more

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My take on the restaurant SEA 3/21/2006

This totally hidden find is absolutely amazing! I dream about their duck salad and yummy shrimp appetizers. +t's a trendy spot in the Willamsburg area of Brooklyn and prices are extremely reasonable to the point of cheap. It's specialty are tons of smaller dishes and is best if ordered with a large selection amongst a crowd so everyone can get a taste of everything. Reservations are a must if you can get on weekends and this is definetly a date place if you're lookin to impress without breakin the bank. It's got a cute waiting area full of swings, YES swings. And the bathrooms are so cool with montiors to check out your date who you can see wiaitng for you outside. There's this one seating area next to this indoor pond they have which is romantic and large benchlike seating in the back for the crowds. For those not wanting to take the trip into Brooklyn, there's a SEA on the lower east side in Manhattan too. more

One of best Thai Restaurants I've been to 9/11/2005

OK guys, if you like Thai food, club like atmosphere, nice people, inexpensive delicious food then Sea is the place to definately check out. It is near the border of queens and brooklyn. Now i always drive there but the L train is like 2 blocks away from it. To describe the area, it is nice upbeat, quaint place that has many different restaurants and little antique shops. When venturing there do not be deceived as the main roads look a lot like an inductrial area. This is the type of place hidden away from the general public and only those that know can enjoy it. Now on to the restaurant. They mainly do advertisement by word of mouth and it must work because this place is always packed. If you plan to go on a weekend night after 7pm, plan to spend an hour waiting for a table....but it is worth the wait. There specialty is Thai food but they do have other types of food such as seafood dishes, american style dishes like porkchops and grilled chicken, but since this is a Thai restaurant, might as well enjoy what they are known for. I myself go for the Pad Thai which is the Thai noodles that are flat, seasoned and you're given chicken and shrimp and this dish is only $8.00, and you get a filling portion. The seating arrangment is mainly to accomadate groups of 4 and less. They do have seating for larger groups but be prepared to wait a good amount of time. They do take reservations for groups of 8 or more so this will cut down the wait time, I found this out when I tried to make a reservation for 2 people, however they do not do this. From about opening to 5pm, you can walk in a get a seat right away. The food preparation is pretty quick as well. At around 6pm a D.J. comes in and sets up in a booth near the entrance. This is where the atmosphere livens up and is probably the reason it is so busy toward the evening. The lighting is dimmed and you are now in a club like atmosphere. Even if you dont want to eat, they have 2 bars where you can grab drinks and just hang out with friends. All in all a very nice restaurant that you should try at least once, im sure you'll be going back there again. more

Sea Food 8/13/2005

After 6 or 7 months of making fun of this place, I ventured in with a friend. What I thought was pretentious Williamsburg turned out to be fairly cheap, not-so-pretentious Williamsburg (yes! it's possible.) I've probably been to see about 2 dozen times. I've found the best dishes are the appetizers, and usually end up ordering two as a meal. I would recommend the Mango Thai Iced Tea, and the Lichee Martini (which was lovely, though a bit strong for my taste). As far as desserts go, the chocolate mousse cake is fantastic, and almost enough to warrant a trip there. The bad news... I saw a rat one evening while dining in a darker side section of the restaurant. Of course, it was moving so fast it would be hard to be certain it was a rat, but a black splotch moving swiftly across the floor within 2 feet of MY feet was enough to freak me out. I have gone back since, but insist on sitting in well-lit areas and keep an eye out...really, I enjoy the food so much that I'm willing to accept that one incidence as a fluke. If I ever see another rat (or black blob that must be a rat), I will be sure to let you know... more

as Manhattan as Brooklyn gets 4/26/2005

Sea has acheived a love-it-or-hate-it status amongst Brooklyn-ites. Those who see the over the top decor, complete with Buddha statue, pond with lillies, and 70's bubble chairs, think it's trying to cater to the Manhattan crowd by being too 'cool,' while it's food is only ok. I disagree. The place is loud and the minimalist wooden chairs aren't the most comfortable, but the food is cheap. And not-so-bad. Superior, I think, to that other Williamsburg haunt, Planet Thai. The noodle dishes are ridiculously cheap given the size, and the drinks (I recommend the ginger martini) are just inventive enough to go with this crazy place. Make sure to use the bathroom while there, to see the video monitors in each stall showing views of the restaurant. Because it's loud, it's not a good date place, but for groups, it's excellent. Reservations are always a good idea here. more
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  • The Scene
    Walk into a crowded world of disco balls, trance music, mod chairs and even a swing or two. Then, discover a sea of tranquility: a pool surrounded by greenery, watched over by...

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  • Hours:

    Sun-Thurs 11:30 am-1 am, Fri-Sat 11:30 am-2 am
  • Neighborhoods:

    Greenpoint
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