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Located in Gramercy on the edge of Stuyvesant Town and the East Village, Asiam Thai Cuisine is a casual restaurant that offers authentic Thai food. The menu features a wide variety of classic Thai dishes, including fried crab cake served with tasty corn mayo salad, and classic seafood pad Thai with prawn, squid and scallops. Asiam has a warm, welcoming atmosphere with a friendly staff and upbeat, soothing atmospheric music. Lunch specials start at $6.95, while the dinner prix fixe starts at $13.95. There's also a happy hour from 8 to 10pm, with $2 Chang Thai beer and $5 cocktails.