Tucked away on the edge of Soho is Uncle Boons, a small thai restaurant. The walls are covered with an eclectic collection of faded paintings and various photos. The two chefs Matt Danzer and Ann Redding who have both previously worked at Per Se, produce a wonderful array of recipes that they picked up both from their travels in Thailand and from Redding’s childhood table (namesake being her Uncle Boon).
We ordered rotisserie chicken with sticky rice and dipping sauces and a fabulous mango salad. The chopped lamb salad was well seasoned with mint and lime. I was not as enamored by the blow fish tails but the entire meal was very enjoyable and I am eager to return to try out the remainder of the menu.
7 Spring St., New York, NY 10012