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Posted by Liza on 10/28/2008
we had dinner at boyd on friday... it was declious. we both had curry, it was spiced perfectly. the staff is very friendly and the decore is very cute. i'm sure we'll be eating there again soon!
Posted by De on 09/03/2008
We went to this place Friday evening.This is cute, small restaurant with good ambiance, good food and sweet staff. We are vegetarian and there were enough choices for us. My husband asked to make some special curry and they did make it for him. Liqours were really cheap $15 per bottle of wine. The place is reasonable and style of serving (dinnerwares) + food is really good for the cost. We will definately go back.
Posted by neighbour on 08/02/2008
It's not more than OK Thai restaurant, probably a little better than others, in this neighbourhood. They serve microwaved-frozen SHUMAI as Shrimp Dumplings. I asked to the madame of the restaurant and she amazingly replied "Yes, I know it is SHUMAI, but it is our DAMPLINGS". Some dishes on the menu is good, such as Thai style fried rice and sauteed beef in basil sauce. But overall, very salty. So, good luck for those people who believe in this place is excellent.
Posted by Impressed on 06/01/2008
I ate here for the first time the other day had shrimp and chicken dumplings followed by sticky rice with mango for dessert. Absolutely incredible! This is the best Thai food I've probably ever had in NY. I have a feeling I'm going to be eating here a lot now.
Posted by Food lover on 05/29/2008
I went to this place after reading the reviews on this site and was not disappointed. We bought a large bottle of wine and brought it with us. For a $5 corkage fee, you can bring whatever you want. We went for the early bird special which costs $11-13 for a salad, soup, summer roll and an entrée. For the starters, we all really liked the salad that came with the special. It wasn’t mind blowing or anything but it was very good. Everyone loved the summer roll with the sweet dipping sauce. The Tom Yum soup was also great. Two of us got it and both loved it. It’s spicy but not too spicy. I was expecting spicier after reading other reviews. My girlfriend and her friend got the shrimp dumpling and liked it a lot. For the entrée, my girlfriend got the Garlic Sauce w/ steamed veggies and a side of coconut rice. We all agreed that was the best dish of the four. The Spicy Noodles came in second place and was very very good. Third place went to my Pad Thai which was just okay Pad Thai. It certainly wasn’t bad but it wasn’t much better than anywhere else. Last place, which was still good went to the Pad Woosen. Next time I’ll try out some of the curry dishes because they’re supposed to be good. For dessert, we split the Baked Pear with Lychee Fruit Sorbet. I didn’t taste it because I was using my remaining room in my stomach on the bottle of wine we brought. The three girls loved it though.We actually finished the bottle of wine and I bought another glass from the restaurant for $2.50. $2.50!! It was table wine and wasn’t anything special but $2.50 for a glass of wine in this city is a steal. The service was amazing! We got there at 6:15 on a Wednesday (early bird lasts until 7), and sadly for the restaurant, we were the only ones there. The waiter was extremely friendly and attentive. I tipped him 25[%]. The service was that good. The restaurant is small and the décor isn’t anything to write home about. This is a value restaurant, not a flashy restaurant. If it’s décor you want, go somewhere else. If you want a really good meal at an AMAZING price, go here. I don’t know why people on other reviews were knocking the music. I barely noticed it. The place started to fill up aound 7:15 but for the life of me, I can’t understand why it was empty when we got there during the special hours. I picked up the tab and for all for of us with wine, dessert, 4 early bird specials, a side of rice and a 25[%] tip, it came out to $78 for a really really good meal.
Posted by Repeat Satisfied Customer on 05/22/2008
Great food, reasonable prices, and friendly, gracious service. My favorite of the many Thai restaurants in the neighborhood. The Duck and orange/avocodo salad and any of the curry dishes are very good bets.
Posted by Nuna Je Hee on 05/04/2008
The environment once you walked in was amazing. It was the definition of "nice and cozy". The walls were mounted with fishbowls, The walls were beautiful. I loved that they use candles. Generally it was really good. I ordered a tuna mango salad and a nice tofu noodle soup. I could immediately taste the ODing of pepper. The salad was also spicy. I know it's Thai food, but from soup to salad, everything was spicy.