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Posted by tdk on 05/29/2010
This is the first restaurant that I've given 5 stars to across the board on menupages. And they really do deserve it. I've been there for dinner and had the cashew nut with chicken entree. The gravy was very tasty and there was a generous amount of chicken in the dish. I've also had the spicy basil noodles, which was very good. My favorite dish is the Thai Fried Rice. Get this and it does not disappoint. The rice is cooked to perfection and again, there's plenty of meat in the dish. I usually get it with the chicken curry puff and spring rolls. You get the entree and 2 small portion apps for $7! I've been living in the city for 2 years and this is the best lunch deal I've come across. Not only is it a great deal, but the quality of the food rivals and for the most part beats any of the 10+ other thai places I've tried in NYC. They also have affordable prices on Thai beers, which is a plus. The decor is very good - nice interior decorating with a small bar makes the place look inviting. They also open up the glass doors in warm weather so the whole front of the restaurant is completely open. All in all, a solid place to get some affordable, great tasting thai food.
Posted by Marc on 11/04/2009
Phenomenal food. For $7 for lunch, you get a large entree (and they don't charge you extra for shrimp unlike most places), and TWO!!!! appetizers. I cannot exclaim enough how good everything is. The service is great, the decor is acceptable but nothing fancy, and the food is more authentic than cheap thai restaurants , especially the ones you find in the village, and more filling to boot. Highly recommended. You won't find a better deal in Manhattan.
Posted by Chris from CT on 09/28/2009
I can confirm the other reviews here. Food is very good. Value is outstanding. Very nice decor and ambiance. The only misstep during our visit was they failed to bring both meals out at the same time. If I lived in Manhattan I'd go here all the time. We had fried calamari - good but we should have been more adventurous. Bodhi Tree Pad Thai was very interesting. Chilean Sea Bass - perfectly cooked and probably the deal of the century considering you would probably pay the same amount of money ($16.00) for a piece that big in the fish market- never mind having it cooked and served to you. Better go now. At some point the masses are going to discover this place then it's going to be too late.
Posted by Michael on 09/06/2009
Wonderful. As good as the most touted Thai restaurants in Queens. A much wider selection of dishes than the usual Thai restaurants. Portions are very generous, the decor nicer than most, the prices low, and service caring and friendly. This is a tremendous, real find.
Posted by Anon on 08/25/2009
This is the third time I've been to this place and I keep coming back for two reasons: 1. The food is delicious 2. It's ridiculously inexpensive Also the ambiance is really nice. Only minor complaint is that it is situated right in front of a bus stop, which can get noisy -- especially if the front windows are open. I took a large group there for dinner last night (there were eight of us) and the service was fantastic. No one could believe how cheap the meal was. They thought there was a mistake on the caluculations. FYI -- They recently got their liquor license but are amenable to those who want to BYOB (there's a $10 cork fee).