-Sea-, Brooklyn

3.5 out of 5 stars 5 Reviews

114 North 6th Street 718 384 8850

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  • Bangkok comes to Brooklyn
    Bangkok comes to Brooklyn
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  • Sea Thai: Get take out instead

    by audreyhusain Written May 3, 2011

    Oh please don't eat here; you'll get a bad sense of all that is good about Brooklyn. The food here is bland, inedible; the veggies from a can, the wine from a box. The service is horrible. This felt more like eating in a cafeteria or at Red Lobster than at a proper restaurant. It looks pretty from the outside, but if you can't eat the food (and we couldn't) what's the point? We actually paid for a meal we didn't eat and went somewhere else to eat great Brooklyn food.

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    -Sea-: "Raw"

    by yooperprof Updated Jun 9, 2005

    My Brooklyn friends live just a few blocks from this place and they love it. It's good Thai food - not outstanding "best in the city", but good all-the-same - in a great atmosphere and at reasonable prices. The dining room is one of those places that makes everyone feel a little bit glam. Roomy and spacious and individual, not like the standard assembly line Asian restaurant. And you haven't lived until you've gone to the bathroom here! One word: pods! Let me tell you, it's definitely not my Great Aunt's Brooklyn!

    My friends Lucy and Trey told me that "Sea" was used as a location in one of the seasons of "Sex and the City." It made a special guest appearance as the restaurant "Raw." It _is_ the kind of place Sarah Jessica Parker might patronize.

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  • -Sea-: Delicious Thai food and Awesome Night Scene

    by TCRN Updated Oct 3, 2004

    Sea is definately the place to go if you want to have a great time, eat good food, enjoy great music and drinks and keep within your budget.There is usually a wait time for a table, but it worth it. You can pass time by checking out the front or rear bar. There are plenty of cool seats, two swings and a pool with floating lotus leaves and an arrangement of flowers. The decor is abosloutely amazing, with candles and lights. The DJ booth compliments the atomosphere at SEA, playing very cool tecno music. There is a wide variety of appetizers and main courses to choose from catering to everyone's taste. The bathrooms are out of this world. Very creative, with little screens to take a veiw of what's happening on the outside. Definately a place to visit for a new and wonderful experience on dining. I loved it!!!

    Favorite Dish: I loved all the appitezers from the jumbo srimp rolls served in the martini glass to the delicious steamed dumplings. Spicy Dark Ocean is great and so is the Drunken Man Noodles...Yummy

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    SEA: SEA, Massive Space, dabbling in Thai

    by chodearm Written Jun 16, 2004

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    This place is for the people who are looking for atmosphere first. The restaurant area is tremendous featuring 2 bars and numerous seating oppurtunities. Theres a pool in the center with a buddhist sculpture within. The staff is a little overanxious while they hover over you till the last bite. Back up and give me some room. The food is moderate Thai fare with nothing really pulling ahead of the other competitors. Its a bit on the cheaper side, in comparison to what you think you going to pay for such atmosphere. Definately drink alot here so you have to head to the bathroom, because they definately put some thinking into making something different. Theres televisions with a live feed of the outside streetlife to watch as you relieve the body of your liquid.

    Favorite Dish: Black SEA Duck, Drunk Mans Noodle

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    SEA: Thai Wonderland

    by twohandgrab Updated Jun 6, 2003

    Don't miss SEA in Williamsburg. The ambiance is sweet and the food is affordable. Floating orchids, DJ booth, best bathrooms ever!

    Favorite Dish: Standards are good, specials are fun. Thom Yum Goong is a standard soup, but sometimes they have a special where they add some rockin' lobster...yummy. Pad Thai, and other standards are quite good, fish is fresh and portions are favorable. My price per person reflects family style sharing with app's, soup, entree, and one drink.

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