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Song

Andrew Jerro and Ariel Aparicio, owners of Joya in Carroll Gardens, decorated Song in industrial chic: a cement floor, high ceilings with exposed pipes, and music give it a nightclub ambience. The portions are large enough for two (and sometimes more) to share, and nothing on the regular menu is over $8. The house cocktail is a mango martini. The menu features classic Thai dishes such as “tom ka gai” (coconut soup with chicken and mushrooms); “kang panang gai” (chicken in spicy coconut curry with basil leaves and “galangal,” a ginger-like root); “koong pad khing” (shrimp with mushrooms, peppers and cabbage in ginger sauce). Especially recommended by GO Brooklyn’s Tina Barry is the “pad see yue,” noodles with beef and Chinese broccoli in brown sauce. Hours: Monday, 5:00 pm-10:45 pm; Tuesday-Friday, 12:00 pm-10:45 pm; Saturday-Sunday, 1:00 pm-11:00 pm.

Where: 295 Fifth Ave. at Second Street
Tel: (718) 965–1108
How much: Entrees: $7.50-$8.95
Cash only.
Updated Feb. 14, 2012
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