The Low Down
What to Drink: The sweet, rich Thai iced tea and coffee are nice choices to soothe the spice, and a selection of sakes and wines are available at reasonable prices.
Lunch Spot: The most popular dishes are priced right at lunch: A $6.95 daytime special offers an entree with rice, plus soup or salad.
Know Before You Go: Galanga is cash only, so hit up one of the area's many ATMs before stopping by.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
In a city where all the Thai cuisine seems to be of the same level, this Greenwich Village eatery takes it up a notch. And then some. The decor is airy, with light wood floors and intimate booths, and the prices are student-friendly, whichâ¦
By Peter Nikolic at Gayot
The reviews of this restaurant are all good. The food is certainly fresh and tasty. Except the Tom Yum noodle soup. I didn't like it here (although... Read More
By Jennifer G at Insider Pages
Galanga is a great Thai restaurant in the village. I have brought several out of town guests here and they loved it. Galanga is a small restauran... Read More
The best Drunken Noodles Ever!
By Anjali S at Insider Pages
My mouth waters every time I think of Galanga's Drunken Noodles - they are spicy enough and have so much fabulous flavor! Even though the Drunken ... Read More
Great Thai and amazing sangria
By Janelle A at Insider Pages
Galanga has great Thai food and wonderful sangria! The place is small and can get crowded, but the food is worth dealing with sitting so close to ... Read More
By Mary I at Insider Pages
This is an amazing Thai place in a great location. This is a fun place to walk around. This place definitely has an interesting and delicious spi... Read More