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Posted by east sider on 01/28/2011
Aside from the food being not so good.... they took an hour and 45 minutes to deliver the food. When we called and complained we were hung up on. will never order thai from this restaurant again!
Posted by Jason on 01/15/2011
Although the BYOB is nice, this place is strictly a take-out only option. I made a reservation for 8pm, showed up at 8pm, and was not sat until 8:45. There was no attempt to reserve a table. The free appetizers (provided only when we asked what they can do for us) took 25 minutes to arrive from the time we ordered them. When our entrees arrived, half the tables food came 10 minutes before everyone else's. Everyone in the restaurant was pretty much clueless. And not offer a single apology. Save yourself the aggravation and get take out.
Posted by KateNYC on 12/22/2010
Just tried this place with a co-worker for lunch. It was really good. I am a regular Thai food lover and have been to dozens of Thai places all over the city, this one is very satisfying, I had Tom Kha Soup which was very flavorful and the perfectly spicy Green Curry Chicken. The atmosphere is a little bland-I guess you would call it pop sheik but the price ($10 lunch special) made up for it. Try it, its definitley worth it.
Posted by justin on 12/12/2010
I have eaten at this restaurant; the food is not bad but the service is beyond awful - we were the only ones in the restaurant and it took over an hour to get our food. We then tried to order from them for delivery service. We called multiple times asking where our food was and the woman would not answer us and just hang up. We ended up canceling the order after 90 minutes.
Posted by anonymous on 10/24/2010
I went with 5 other friends. The place was extremely noisy, made even more so by the music playing. Why do restaurant owners feel they have to add loud music? Anyway, the food was so-so at best. Very standard southeast asian fare. Crab rangoon—too heavy on the cream cheese. Chicken satay—slightly dry. My dinner was duck tamarind. Very crispy outside, marred by the sauce, a congealed cornstarch clingy concoction. The duck itself was not rendered properly—very fatty under the skin and not much meat to speak of. There are definitely better places to go. It could be location is the key for this place—midtown East isn't known for Thai restaurants, so maybe that explains the popularity.
Posted by Frank J. on 10/13/2010
Wow that's all I gotta say for this place. After a few times visiting, I gotta say this is one of the Best Thai restaurant's I've ever to in years. Tom Yum, Duck Salad & Pad Kee Mow are my favorites. The taste is just perfect! Cool lighting & very nice staff. They're like your friends. Love the BYO.
Posted by wish i lived closer on 08/07/2010
so glad i randomly chose this place to eat one day. Best value for thai anywhere in nyc. Noodles were great. Crispy duck salad was awesome.. great crunchy texture with a vinaigrette so tasty i wish i had other things to dip in it. my mouth watered a little thinking about eating it again. definitely A+