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Posted by RM on 04/10/2011
Just ordered pad se ew with tofu and the noodles are overcooked/mushy and they use regular broccoli not chinese broccoli and not much of it. Will not be ordering from again. Will go back to Ott. The people are nice though.
Posted by Julie on 04/07/2011
This is not your typical thai, at all. I highly disagree with any negativity towards Amarin. The food is fresh tasty, delicious and by far the best in Brooklyn. The staff is sweet, efficient and courteous. The place itself is basic, like a modern cafe. But the food is really top notch. Calamari is excellent. And the chicken won tons are a personally favorite (and i'm a vegetarian! This is the only exception I make) I heart Amarin!
Posted by Harry on 01/06/2011
we ordered from Amarin cafe last week. no complaints. The food was very good and the delivery was quick. pretty cheaply priced for a thai resturant too.
Posted by JFA Brooklyn on 12/16/2010
We ordered delivery from Amarin and were very disappointed. The Som Tom (papaya salad) was extremely bland - no fish sauce and no heat at all (even though we requested it spicy) The Tom Yum was watery, also bland lacking any of the normal flavors in Tom Yum soup. The Pad See Ew tasted as if the only seasoning was a dash of soy. Bland. And, rather than Chinese broccoli the dish had 3 florets of tough American broccoli. Really? Is it that hard to get the real thing? The chicken ka pow was overly sweet and ruined by bell peppers that dominated the dish. We were dejected and will never order from them again. We were hoping for half-authentic based on reviews here but got Thai worse than we could make ourselves.
Posted by anonymous on 12/14/2010
Rarely have an issue with them. Curry is very very good.
Posted by anonymous on 08/28/2010
I love everything I've ever ordered from this place, and if you like your food hot, this is your place. I've never had a restaurant ask me if I wanted my pad thai spicy. That's commitment. And ya, it was mind alteringly hot. They do warn you, "it's real thai spicy, ok?"
Posted by Anonymous on 08/03/2010
I don't know about you, but I'm over feeling like I'm walking into a techno rave every time I feel like eating in a Thai restaurant. This place is the real deal.