Thai restaurant in New York

Has anyone ever had or heard of a Thai restaurant does not use peanuts or their by-products? Better yet, someone found one in the metropolitan area of New York? I realize that peanuts are a main ingredient in many Thai dishes, but I'm allergic and Thai love and would love to find a place that I could eat and not get horribly wrong. Basically … No, you do not need to go somewhere else. Just go in Thai restaurants and order this "Khao Soy" (Chiang Mai noodles), "Tom Kah Gay" (coconut coconut milk soup), there are peanut-free. I eat all the time. . But make sure before ordering them let you know that you are allergic to peanuts so do not use the stuff they used for food preparation with peanuts.

Thai Restaurant Week ads for Times Square, September 2013.

March 28, 2014

3 thoughts on “Thai restaurant in New York

  1. Ms Fujiyama795

    They can do all dishes without peanuts. Just ask to leave the peanut on. For example: Kung Pou chicken, I always have to, but I'm not alergic. I hope this helps.

  2. Mindi Richards726

    If you are allergic to peanuts, you should not set foot in a Thai restaurant, no matter what. There will be no guarantee that the foods are not inadvertently contaminated with peanuts. I mean, the whole atmosphere is impregnated breathing peanut molecules. Why go looking for trouble?

  3. Mrs

    I'm not really sure if there is such a thing as a Thai restaurant "peanut". . . Maybe you can just go and have a Bendaryl or an Epi-pen with you in case of allergic reaction. Or you can get food to go eat at the nearest emergency room and. . .

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