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Thai Angel

1812 Veterans Hwy. Islandia, NY 631-348-2555

A dish of Thai Hot Penang Chicken Curry

(Credit: Newsday photo / Thomas A. Ferrara)

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Type: Thai, Vegetarian, Restaurant Price range:

$$ (Moderate)

Description:

What looks like a modest storefront in an amorphous shopping center is really a surprisingly cavernous, beautifully decorated spot. Chef owner Nakul Keattikul distinguishes himself with his rendition of larb, a ground meat salad, and orange duck, a fragrant composition served in a dish shaped like a duck's head.

Hours:

Lunch: Mon.-Fri., 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Dinner: Mon.-Thu., 5 to 9:30 p.m., Fri.-Sat., 5 to 10:30 p.m., Sun., 5 to 9 p.m.

Credit cards:

Accepted

Accessibility:

Wheelchair accessible

A dish of Thai Hot Penang Chicken Curry

A dish of Thai Hot Penang Chicken Curry at Thai Angel. (Credit: Newsday photo / Thomas A. Ferrara)

What looks like a modest storefront in an amorphous shopping center is really a surprisingly cavernous, beautifully decorated spot. Chef owner Nakul Keattikul distinguishes himself with his rendition of larb, a ground meat salad, and orange duck, a fragrant composition served in a dish shaped like a duck's head.
Spicy food

HIGH-VOLTAGE: Penang chicken curry ordered "Thai HIGH-VOLTAGE," gets its spark from red Thai chiles.

MEDIUM: Spicy noodles with tomato, basil leaves and onion are lightly coated with an inflammatory chile sauce made from ground red chiles.

MILD: Pad se-eaw is a combination of sauteed flat rice noodles with Chinese broccoli, egg and the gently spiced pad se-eaw sauce.

-Joan Reminick 

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