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Bangkok Grand Palace
Posted by Marajaraja on 01/16/2013
Had coconut chicken soup and shrimp with vegetables. Was served a can of diluted coconut milk a few chillies floating in the soup scarcity of chicken and a few mushrooms. I could have opened a frozen mixed vegetable and added five small shrimps for the shrimp with rice. Bangkok food perhaps I missed it or ordered the wrong items.
Posted by Minty on 07/24/2011
Order over the phone was taken by a friendly lady. She said the food would be with me in 20 mins and 19 mins later the doorbell rang. Food was great, good quality and tasty and piping hot. Will definitely be eating again!
Posted by Happy Diners on 05/21/2010
A super-crowded lunch spot, so either go early, 11.30am (if you can) or otherwise, dine at leisure later at night after 8.30pm when things have quietened down and service is good :) This is the place for very fresh whole fish, so always order a fish dish and you can't go wrong. We love their Pla-Rad-Prik, Pla-Ma-Kham & Pla-Noung (the only steamed whole fish on the menu). For soup, try their Tom-Yum-Koong and salads, go for their Yum Bar-B-Q Beef, Yum-Pla-Muak (squid) or Papaya Salad. Their Pad-Se-El and Fish Fillet are good on the lunch menu :)
Posted by Anonymous on 01/15/2009
Way too pricey for Thai food that is mediocre at best!
Posted by Tudor City on 11/25/2008
I have ordered from here maybe a dozen times. The food is serviceable Thai - not the best - but not bad at all if you have a Thai craving. My complaint has always been that the sauces are bland - so tonight I specified spicy for the Papaya Salad and my Red Curry entree. The delivery? Hot! It's tasty. I think the Papaya was a little too hot for me - and I like it HOT, but the curry was dead on. The best Papaya salad I ever had was a moist combination of citrus (lime?) juice, peppery bite and the sour flavor of the green papaya. This was more one note hot, but not bad. I write this review to say this - the best Thai in Midtown East (ps-why are there so few choices in such an international area?) - and can be spicy if that is what you crave. Just ask! Would I be happier if they gauged the correct spicyness themselves? Sure. Do I mind asking? Not at all. After all, there is a broad spectrum of palates - and most people probably like the blander side.
Posted by Annonymous on 07/24/2008
I eat at this restaraunt all the time. The food is tastey and you can get a very good meal for your money. The drawback are that it can get very crowded and the tables are too close together. The staff are usually very friendly and the waiting time for your meal is usually short. I would definitely recmmend this place. The malaysia chicken is one of my favorites.
Posted by liz on 05/15/2008
I do NOT reccomend this place. The service was poor and it wasn't even that busy. I asked for my drink no less than 4 times and I did not get it until I was more than half way finished with the entree! They brought all of our orders out separately and forgot the rice. The waitress acted like she didn't even want to serve us and on top of everything else, the food was bland. Save your money.