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S.E.A. Thai Bistro

Zen meets disco in this Williamsburg eatery, owned by Kanda Vachirabayong. S.E.A. (South East Asia) Thai Bistro, which opened in 2003, offers an aural backdrop of pulsing club music Thursday through Sunday, and center stage, a large pool presided over by a life-size Buddha with a small wooden boat filled with lush floral arrangements floating about his ankles. Two bars serve designer drinks, like their pomegranate mojito or strawberry guava martini, to a clientele of young, hip partyers. Chef Joe Sanguanpun’s menu, a range of seafood, noodle and curry dishes, includes “drunk man noodle,” a mixture of broad noodles, chicken, squid, shrimp and egg in a spicy basil sauce; jumbo shrimp in a clay pot; and seafood dumplings. Specials, such as mussels in light, clear lemongrass broth, are offered daily. Manager Wade Schemsazasdijai says that “the best entree, and most ordered around here, would have to be the pad Thai, a rice noodle dish served with scallions, bean sprouts, peanuts, with either chicken or shrimp.”

Hours Sunday- Thursday 11:30am- 12:15am(last seating), Friday-Saturday 11:30am- 1:15am(last seating)

Where: 114 N. Sixth St. at Berry Street
Tel: (718) 384–8850
How much: Entrees: $7–$14.
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Updated Feb. 1, 2012
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