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Beet

Beet’s interior features futuristic white lamps and curvy chairs, and the color red, of course. Beet-lovers beware: the only beets on the menu are the beet chips, served as a pre-meal snack.

But if you love Thai food, chef-owner Pasu Rodsomarng’s new restaurant offers a menu of curries, satays and noodle dishes. The hip ambiance at Beet includes a menu with headings like “nice and warm” (soups), “smooth and spicy” (curries and noodles) and “yummy” (a mix-and-match a la carte menu.) Under “try me,” are French dishes like snapper in champagne vanilla sauce and grilled salmon with tropical salsa. Specialties include a French-Thai style “seared, crusted jumbo shrimp and scallops in brown butter sauce,” lobster thermador and drinks like the “upBeet martini,” made with citron-infused vodka, or the “raspberry kiss,” sparkling wine with raspberry liqueur. Thai beers are also offered. For dessert there’s a choice of custards: pumpkin, Thai tea or green tea. Garden dining available in fine weather. Open daily for lunch and dinner, Beet offers delivery to nearby neighborhoods.

Where: 344 Seventh Ave. between Ninth and 10th streets
Tel: (718) 832–2338
How much: Entrees: $7–$17.
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Updated Jan. 13, 2011
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