Fish cheeks are called for the lean and tender cheek meat. It is considered the tastiest part of fish in Asia. The restaurant is located on Bond Street and serves Thai food which mainly focuses on seafood. Fish Cheeks is a vibrant restaurant located on the iconic Bond Street in NoHo serving contemporary Thai food with a focus on seafood. The restaurant is famous for the lean, tender cheek meat that is considered the tastiest part of a fish and a delicacy in Asia. It is a critically-acclaimed and widely-beloved restaurant that offers a menu of unabashedly intense, fresh, and vivid dishes that span the diverse regions of Thailand. The restaurant is owned by Thai immigrants, brothers chef Ohm and Suansilphong, Jenn Saesue, and Pranwalai Kittirattanawiwat. Fish Cheeks is a deeply personal concept that celebrates the team’s cultural heritage and culinary artistry. The restaurant is brought together by their shared desire to bring traditional Thai cuisine to New York. The three brothers decided to open Fish Cheeks, offering a menu that highlights the unfiltered flavors they craved from their upbringing in Thailand and re-creates the type of convivial and communal-style dining found across the country from the street stalls to fine-dining restaurants.