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Posted by anonymous on 07/03/2009
My coworkers and I order from Beet's Lunch Menu every other week. It's the best Thai I've had for it's value. In my opinion it's better than Lantern in Brooklyn Heights & Sea in Williamsburg. Where else can you get an appetizer and an entree for $7!!!! The food is always hot when it gets here, and my coworkers have nothing but good things to say about it as well.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/05/2009
Food is great! Really better quality Thai than most places. Beet is still my heart.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/25/2009
The food was fine...for what it's worth, my green curry chicken was almost identical to Song (to which all Park Slope Thai shall be compared to), albeit not as flavorful as theirs (and a bit more expensive). However, I was charged $6 for the poorly assembled "salad" rolls, while menupages AND their website said that these were $4--and you can't really argue with a delivery guy when you've already paid by CC. Therefore, I will simply state a caveat emptor is that prices on the menu may be lower than they actually are, which is fairly unsettling. Once again, Song stays on top for food quality and value.
Posted by MissEats on 02/22/2009
The prices on their website are outdated. They say they will update it, but do not. They are very rude when told about this. Be careful of this swindel.
Posted by Hmmm... Yummm... on 01/20/2009
Well... after reading the reviews, I've picked to try Beet Thai this evening with my boyfriend. No doubt people have been rated this place in such high quality food. Believe me, I've had the best thai food at this restaurant ever since I moved to Park Slope several weeks ago. They have pretty good portion in each dish. You've got to try this place with such great taste; trust me, it's worth the try.
Posted by Samantha on 01/11/2009
My friend and I were really excited to try Beet for lunch after reading the reviews. Since it was bitter cold outside, I decided to start my meal with the shrimp dumpling soup. When it arrived, it looked very appetizing. I took a spoonful of broth..yum! I took a spoonful of broth and dumpling.....The shrimp was still frozen in the center. Totally inexcusable. The Chicken Rama arrives and it was presented nicely, so I was hoping this would redeem the terrible soup.. I took a bite of chicken in the peanut sauce and was not very happy. The sauce had a weird sort of sweetness to it that I couldn't really place. Overall, the Rama was alright, but I have certainly had better Thai food else where. My friend got the Thai Garlic Chicken (which looked identical to the Rama, except different sauce) which she said was good, but again, nothing worth going back for. My half of the meal came to $14 after tip...a bit too much for such a mediocre meal.
Posted by Adam S. on 01/07/2009
I believe Beet has the perfect portion of appetizers and entrees. I am their regular customer: three to four times weekly. I think the portion of their food is reasonable. I'm Thai too, but I was raised in America. However, I have been to Thailand for several times so I think I know what original thai foods are like. I've tried almost everything on their menu after being their customer for over two years. I suppose those dishes on the menu are traditional and authentic although just a bit of Fusion. I have tasted most of the dishes, and they were all delicious & yummy. Especially the appetizer called "Crab Cakes," which has the most favorable sauce, and the champagne-vanilla sauce that tops with the Red Snapper has the best flavor ever. I can say Beet Thai is the best thai food in Park Slope.