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Posted by anonymous on 08/11/2009
The Pad Thai is done with what tastes like ketchup, soups are flavorless, portions are small. Why eat here when there are so many good restaurants to choose from?
Posted by Julie on 07/26/2009
My fifth trip to NY but first time eating here. I thought it was very good, the food tastes very fresh and flavourful. We had Pad Thai and House Special Curry and both were awesome, dinner for three was under $35 with an appetizer. Clean and quiet restaurant, good for people who love Asian food but want to avoid dirty Chinatown. Would definitely eat here again.
Posted by Mary on 07/17/2009
Ordered from here a few times recently (delivery only, haven't been there) The food's really good I think. I think their Thai fried rice is delicious, and the sauteed veggies too. Have yet to try other things but I'm looking forward to. Delivery fast aswell.
Posted by Thai Fiend on 06/16/2009
I love this place for lunch! They have great lunch specials that include an appetizer. The service is speedy and the food is great, definitely recommend!
Posted by Unhappy Asian Customer on 04/29/2009
Ordered some appetizers. Yes Thai Iced Tea shouldn't cost 3 dolllars but its pretty much standard across the board even though its just tea sugar and condensed milk Spring Rolls 4 bucks. Good and Crispy but 4 is passable for the price. Even though you can get them for 3 dollars somewhere else. "Jumbo" wings. $6.50 Complete Rip Off. Tiniest wings I've ever seen. Get some from Mooncake for 5.50 and they pack more flavor and size and you'll see the difference. They gave me 3 drummettes and 3.5 Wings One Wing was missing about half the meat because whoever chopped it can't hold a cleaver. Called and complained. Didn't offer to send one order immediately and tried to say these were Jumbo. And said they'd give me an extra order next time. Yeah ok that's just a way to say I don't want to deal with you. I rather not be a stickler but I also rather not tell people what they should do to keep a customer. Not going to order from them again. Shoddy service, mediocre food portions for 15 bucks. I can get an awesome Fried Chicken Dinner at Chat n Chew and have leftovers for the next day.
Posted by joy on 04/07/2009
I am a very harsh critic of Thai food being that I grew up eating it at home all my life and been to Thailand several times. This is the best Thai food I've had in NYC so far. The portions are not ginormous like americans are used to but I was very full and satisfied. Um helllooooooo ...it's called Thai food aka SPICY. if you don't want it spicy then get items on the menu without the little chili logo next to it. The dishes were authentic and the ingredients were very fresh. Not greasy, oily, fatty. These are the kinds of dishes that you would find in Thailand, really great stuff!!!
Posted by DrJoeB on 01/05/2009
For the main dish, we tried some short pork ribs with potatoes which was fantastic. We also had a whole fish dish that was bathed in a wonderful lemon grass sauce. When we were done only thing left was the head and some bones. Also, we tried some of the pad thai noodles with chicken - yummy as expected. No meal would be complete without some of that classic Thai rice (very good). Our meal was much better then we anticipated. We enjoyed a bottle of a very nice Pinot noir which was reasonably priced. What was interesting was how well a Pinot nior goes with Thai food, just the right flavor to complement the spices associated with Thai cooking. For dessert, we tried various Thai ice creams - get the coconut it's to die for. Over all an excellent restaurant for authentic Thai food. The service was very good, the prices were reasonable and the food was just fantastic. Highly recommended We'll certainly go back.