Venue Info

Known For

Seafood

Thai

Two brothers are bringing Noho the seafood recipes they grew up eating in Thailand at their family-style restaurant, Fish Cheeks. Located next to Mile End on Bond Street, it's a bright and chic space with multi-colored chairs and tiling that resembles fish scales. Most of the dishes on the menu are meant for sharing, such as coconut crab curry, grilled porgy, and Tom Yum Goong (a soup with tiger prawns), and though the menu is almost entirely seafood-based, there are land options too, like Hat Yai fried chicken or Namtok pork. If you plan on bringing a large group, be sure to make a reservation in advance to ensure that a few wooden tables are pushed together for you.

Fish Cheeks New York
New York

Fish Cheeks

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Two brothers are bringing Noho the seafood recipes they grew up eating in Thailand at their family-style restaurant, Fish Cheeks. Located next to Mile End on Bond Street, it's a bright and chic space with multi-colored chairs and tiling that resembles fish scales. Most of the dishes on the menu are meant for sharing, such as coconut crab curry, grilled porgy, and Tom Yum Goong (a soup with tiger prawns), and though the menu is almost entirely seafood-based, there are land options too, like Hat Yai fried chicken or Namtok pork. If you plan on bringing a large group, be sure to make a reservation in advance to ensure that a few wooden tables are pushed together for you.