Bold Asian Flavors.
Our inspiration for Spot Dessert Bar came when during our travels around the world, it hit us that there were very few restaurants in the United States that infused classic American desserts with an Asian influence. Spot’s vision is now coming to life with the help and guidance of consulting Asian pastry chef guru Ian Chalermkittichai (“Kittichai”). Chef Kittichai has created a new menu for Spot, offering fresh interpretations of desserts he enjoyed from his childhood and his extensive travels.
13 St. Marks Place, New York, NY 10003
T 212-677-5670 F 212-677-5950
11 W 32nd St 2nd Fl , New York, NY 10001
5 St. Marks Place, New York, NY 10003
39-16 Prince Street, New York, NY 11354
OBAO, which opened in 2009, introduces “Modern Thai” to New York City, sharing influences from neighboring Vietnamese cuisine to create a unique “New” Asian palate. Nobody is on the edge of innovation culinary concepts like OBAO, blending the best of Thai and Vietnamese ingredients to invigorate a modern approach to Asian Cuisine. OBAO earned a rating by the highly acclaimed Michelin Bib Gourmand consecutively in 2011 and 2012.
OBAO Water Street, which opened in October 2011, is the fast casual extension of the flagship OBAO in Midtown. OBAO Water Street offers the same Modern Thai cuisine to those downtown. OBAO Water Street focuses on bringing its Financial District neighbors authentic Thai and Vietnamese food simply and with no fuss.
222 East 53rd Street, New York, NY 10022
T 212-308-5588 F 212-308-5549
38 Water st., New York, NY 10004
T 212-361-6311 F 212-361-6312
647 9AVE, New York, NY 10036
T 212-245-8880 F 212-245-8883
We began in November of 2009 at the heart of St Marks, New York City. Crafted by our travels, Spot Dessert Bar takes familiars western favorites and infuses them with unique flavors from around the world. We’ve taken the best and most unique ingredients from our journeys and
we share that through our creative desserts. Due to popular demand, we’ve created one of a kind ice creams inspired by our desserts and world travels! From Spot to your spot.
Founded in NYC, Gai Chicken and Rice is a fast-casual eatery by Chef Chat Suansilphong (Fish Cheeks) and partners Ace Watanasuparp and Chatchai Huadwattana (Obao, Spot Dessert Bar) serving Thai Fried Chicken, Wings, and Hainanese-style Steamed Chicken.
158 EAST 45TH ST, NEW YORK, NY, 10017
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