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Posted by Jimmy on 12/29/2012
My family, 4 people went there for dinner yesterday, 12/28/12. We ordered calamari, chicken or mock duck or beef pad thai, rice noodle, basil sauce, fried rice and massaman curry. Taste is ok, but very salty. You can feel the thirst 30 minutes after the first bite. Price for each dish is between 10 and 12 dollars. Portion is very small and only few pieces of meat. My mom, being a typical mom, counted the beef and chicken in every dish. 3 pieces of beef in the rice noodle, 5 pieces of chicken in pad thai and fried rice. Coconut sticky rice is too sweet with can coconut drink. Very different from what I had in Thailand and other Thai restaurant.
Posted by Sam on 10/25/2012
Andaman is easy to miss, next to a gas station. This place has the tastiest food, we have tried whole fish with vegetables, chicken with ginger and vegetables, pad thai, mango salad and the mango desserts which are not to be missed either. This place has become a favorite for ordering. Delivery can be a bit slow but well worth the wait.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/22/2012
I called at 6 pm and the food came at 7. I live only a block away from this restaurant. This was crazy. Also the food did not make up for the delayed delivery. And when I called to ask where my food was the woman on the phone just hung up on me. This is unexceptable!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/11/2012
I tried this one time and I must say their pad thai is authentic!
Posted by Gastrognome on 07/14/2012
I've been getting deliveries and loving this place for some months -- the lunch specials are a great deal but they have extraordinary appetizers I haven't found elsewhere. The Harvest curry puffs and corn fritters are outstanding and a non-vege friend tried the bags of gold and was similarly thrilled and sold on the place. I also love the Tom Ka soup on a cool to cold day and their sauces are wonderfully flavorful. The sticky rice is sweet and coconut infused and the Thai Iced Tea is light and delicate and not too sweet as most places serve it. Most of all, I love the family that operates it and makes it well worthwhile on all counts.
Posted by anonymous on 07/04/2012
This wasn't a spectacular find, but it wasn't disappointing either. It is out of the way and perhaps because I went for an early dinner and there weren't any other diners there, this may have affected my perception. But the food was decent and so were the prices. I split the harvest rolls and those were really good. I then ordered the Pad Ki-Mow because I had never tried that dish. It warned me that it would be spicy but it was a little too much for me and I like the heat. It wasn't that spectacular though. My friend ordered the Duck Curry. The flavor was nice. All in all, it's just fine but it didn't blow me away. The wait staff were nice.
Posted by Sandy nyc on 05/14/2012
I have just recently discovered this little restaurant. We didn't know what to expect since it is so off the beaten track and we are so glad that we tried it! We went twice and the service both times had been excellent. We had the harvest curry puffs, the shrimp pad thai, the Mee Kang which was more of a soup type dish with noodles, and the Fishermans Net. All were excellent. The menu has a lot of variety and the dishes can be mixed with different sauces put to different main ingredients so if you prefer meat vs fish vs vegetarian paired with certain types of flavors, the chef can make them that way. There is a nice drinks menu as well. I hope that more people discover this litttle gem becuse you get a lot of bang for your buck here, the place is very pleasant and the food matches all the more crowded and claustrophobic places that line second and third avenues but without the rush or the attitude. It was a very nice change to be able to eat at a table without your neighbors elbow or conversation dominating your space. I highly recommend!