Little Tiffin opened in Greenpoint during the summer of 2020, and has become our go-to for Thai takeout and delivery in the neighborhood. Try the pad see ew with perfectly cooked Chinese broccoli and super fresh som tum that hits all the spicy, salty, sweet high notes - dishes inspired by the cooking of the owner’s grandmother, who was a chef for Thai royalty in Chiang Mai. Little Tiffin isn’t on the delivery apps, so give them a call or order from their website directly. They’re also open for outdoor dining.
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