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Posted by JumJumJum on 01/30/2013
I live in Windsor Terrace but I moved here a year ago from the East Village. I. Love. Thai. Food. I would say I am not expert, but knowledgable. I can't fault the food from Dice in any way. It is priced as it should be as a sit-down joint--it's a little more expensive than the others, but it shows up in the food for sure. The green curries are deeply flavored, their Pad Thai is light and delicious. They make these roasted potatoes...I get chills thinking about them. Hands down, the best in the area.
Posted by Nicole F on 08/28/2012
Although all that I usually order from Dice is their Tom Kha soup (coconut soup with bamboo, lemongrass, mushrooms and chicken) and either Spring or Summer rolls, I think that it is just DELICIOUS. The soup makes my mouth water just THINKING about it. I had to take away half a point from the food quality though because the bamboo that they put in there is too hard to chew even if it DOES add to the taste of the soup. You also cannot go wrong with their noodles. Yummy!
Posted by Denise on 02/18/2011
everything we've ever ordered was DELICIOUS! the drunken noodles are amazing! you can't go wrong with anything on their menu. one thing to keep in mind is if it says spicy on the menu...it really is super spicy! enjoy!
Posted by hudson on 12/07/2010
After living in the east village for a long time, where there are plenty of good Thai places, I was worried that I would not be able to find a go to Thai place in Park Slope that had great food and a great price. You see, I used to eat Thai food 3-4 times a week in the east village and was worried about not having Thai choices in the slope. After trying a bunch of serviceable Thai joints in the neighborhood, I ran across Dice here on menupages and I have to say I'm not going back to any of the other places. Dice it is from now on!
Posted by Dave on 04/29/2010
Just got delivery. Really good Thai food for the price, and fast delivery. I always find that the fried food (calamari, fried spring rolls, etc.) I get delivered are soggy, but not from this place. They cut holes in the tops of the delivery containers for the fried food so that the steam doesn't make the food soggy. I have never seen that before and it is so simple and brilliant. Will order from here again.
Posted by Sloper on 03/16/2010
Best thai food I've had in Brooklyn! My only critic is that the curry sauce can be a little thicker. Thats it, everything else is incredible.
Posted by Vince on 03/16/2010
This place doesn't re-invent the wheel, but they make good, solid Thai food, unlike a lot of the other places in Park Slope. I've never been disappointed. I order mostly the noodles and curries.