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Posted by Maggie on 12/05/2013
A new Dee Daa just opened on 31st St. I went today not knowing they had a special where your main course was free if you filled out a comment card. I just finished my pad see ew and it doesn't take like any other pad see ew i have had. It tastes like spaghetti with garlic and butter sauce. It was cold and the vegetables were all bitter. Not even the free version is worth it.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/16/2013
It is ok for a quick lunch. Service was quick. Portion size is on the smaller end. I ordered Chicken Pad Tai. Noodles were soggy and oily, chicken was just boiled and bean spout was not cooked. Pricey for take out asian food.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/01/2013
The cooked to order coconut soup is lighter than other Thai restaurants so less fat/calories. Lots of slightly chewy galangal which really works well in a soup. Also like that they resisted the urge to load it up with veggies more familiar to westerners like brocoli.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/10/2012
The soups and appetizers I've tried had a fresher taste than some other Thai restaurants. For a quick lunch the small portions don't bother me too much but for dinner Dee Daa is out of the question.
Posted by eva on 07/11/2011
love the lemongrass rice. perfect to satisfy my Thai craving after work out. I like that I don't get food coma afterward. Love it. good add to the hood. keep up good work!
Posted by AMG on 05/11/2011
Overpriced for what amounts to run of the mill greasy take-out thai. The drunken noodles are advertised as having string beans and carrots in them (per the menu), however the actual dish didn't contain any of these veggies,just a little baby corn. As others have mentioned, the noodles are cut into very small pieces--not appealing. I have yet to find good Thai in east midtown.
Posted by yumny on 05/03/2011
wow... the lemongrass rice was really really really really good... yum! i will definitely be back for more if that.