Andy’s Thai Kitchen

Andy's Thai Kitchen

Edgewater is now getting doses of some of Chicago’s best Thai food. Andy’s Thai Kitchen, the acclaimed restaurant helmed by chef-owner Andy Aroonrasameraung, has officially opened a second location at 6230 N. Broadway St. The restaurant with the tagline “authentic Thai unfound in Chicago” soft opened today for lunch service, offering favorites from the original Lakeview location alongside some new dishes. Aroonrasameraung’s menu additions include crispy red snapper fillet with sweet-sour sauce, and kha moo palo (braised pork hock with star anise, tofu, hard-boiled egg, and sour mustard). The larger space has exposed brick walls, an ATK neon sign, and seasonal outdoor seating. And unlike the original, the new spot accepts credit cards. It is BYO for now but may serve alcohol in the future. Check out the full menu below. Courtesy of Andy’s Thai Kitchen ATK’s new tom yum pad seafood Andy’s Thai Kitchen Edgewater, 6230 N. Broadway St., 856-5598, open from 12 p.m. until 10 p.m. daily, closed between 4 and 5 p.m. Foursquare Andy’s Thai Kitchen 946 W Wellington Ave, Chicago, IL 60657 549-7821 Visit Website
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Andy's Thai Kitchen

Edgewater is now getting doses of some of Chicago’s best Thai food. Andy’s Thai Kitchen, the acclaimed restaurant helmed by chef-owner Andy Aroonrasameraung, has officially opened a second location at 6230 N. Broadway St.
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Andy's Thai Kitchen

Bold, authentic Thai flavors are on the menu at Andy’s Thai Kitchen. You’ll find a selection of perfectly prepared classic Thai dishes, many packing a heated punch. To keep their prices competitive, credit cards are not accepted – cash only. BYOB.
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Chef Andy Aroonrasameruang is serving up authentic regional Thai fare at this spot, with items like fiery Isan sausage. Skip the pad thai for the Kao Soy, an aromatic chicken curry with egg noodles. The standout is Crispy Onchoy, a tower of tempura-fried watercress and tender curled nubs of shrimp.
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The restaurant with the tagline “authentic Thai unfound in Chicago” soft opened today for lunch service, offering favorites from the original Lakeview location alongside some new dishes. Aroonrasameraung’s menu additions include crispy red snapper fillet with sweet-sour sauce, and kha moo palo (braised pork hock with star anise, tofu, hard-boiled egg, and sour mustard). The larger space has exposed brick walls, an ATK neon sign, and seasonal outdoor seating. And unlike the original, the new spot accepts credit cards. It is BYO for now but may serve alcohol in the future. Check out the full menu below.