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Whether you’re boycotting the meal plan or boycotting Milano, Morningside offers a plethora of  inexpensive dining options to try before you come to the last resort of, you know, actually cooking. Here’s a roundup of some staff favorites– add your tips in the comments! Breakfast: $3.75 for a large coffee and ham, egg, and cheese […]

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Brian Phillips Donahoe is a War Correspondent. His report from the reasonably priced Southeast Asian frontlines, i.e., 108th and Amsterdam, follows. Halal carts and empanadas come and go, but a good Beef Pa-Nang stays with you. Regrettably, our Thai food options in Morningside Heights are limited, and (leaving aside Lime Leaf and its “Continental” pretensions) […]

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What’s the worst thing about being unemployed in Morningside? That sinking, defeated feeling of utter despair that comes with craving a mood boosting, delicious nutritious meal at, well, almost any sit-down restaurant, and then realizing you can’t come close to affording it.    Lucky for those still unemployed seniors, Thai Market now officially recognizes your […]

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The first good off-campus Flex news in a while: Wondee Siam V, the Thai restaurant right across the street from that other Thai restaurant on 108th and Amsterdam, is currently accepting Flex. This Flex development came “a few weeks earlier than planned” according to Michael Novelli, and is sure to delight all those who prefer […]

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Bwog loves celebrating multi-culturalism almost as much as eating free food.  But really, what Bwog loves best is Thai food, especially pad thai with those little pieces of tofu and crunchy peanuts.  Bwog is not sure why the people at the Columbia Thai Student Association are being so generous this afternoon but it might be […]

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Let’s give a hearty welcome to Wondee Siam, the latest addition to Morningside’s new roster of promising-sounding restaurants. The restaurant will be opening on Amsteram and 107th — a bold move, as that’s right across the street from Thai Market — and will be the Wondee Siam chain’s fourth location. According to Eating in Translation, […]

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