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  • Thai
  • 1429 3rd Ave, New York NY10028 40.7754091 -73.9564545
  • (At 81st St)
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  • (212) 772-1494
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User Ratings (Based on 42 reviews)

3.285
Food 3.4 Value 3.3
Service 3.2 Atmosphere 3.2

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 772-1494
Website:
www.eatthainyc.com
Notes:
Delivery Take Out Major Credit Cards (Min. $10)
Hours:
Sun-Thu: 11:30am-10:45pm Fri-Sat: 11:30am-11:45pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Prix Fixe, Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out
Delivery Area:
68th to 105th St 5th to York Ave

User Reviews

  • Eat

    Posted by Emily on 07/10/2009

    good...if you order the same two items every time

    the druken noodle and the spring rolls are GREAT! i've had the same thing delivered at least 5 times this past year already. everything else I've tried-not so good. pad thai, chicken satay, fried rice, curry puffs....not good at all. but the first two-awesome!

  • Eat

    Posted by gurmet on 07/08/2009

    great food

    Went there with my spouse and kids, food was great and came quick, service ok, mind you we were the only ones there :). They have this grat early bird special, $ 6 per dish and quite few choices (they overcharged us for a couple of dollars but we didn't want to argue since the food was cheap anyway). I ordered a coconut dish with potatoes and chicken, quite delicious, yes on the sweet side but I like it that way, my husband ordered a cury beef dish wich he enjoyed as well. Overall, we were satisfied.

  • Eat

    Posted by UpperEastSideGal on 05/16/2009

    subpar

    First, the delivery boys are constantly going back and forth in the dining room, adding to the chaos from all the noise bouncing off the hard walls. Tables are close, and your neighbors will hear your entire conversation. Now for the food... Who knows where they get the chefs from, but they certainly aren't trained in cooking Thai food. The sauces are unnatural tasting, and much too sweet. EAT is the equivalent of KMart in Manhattan. You get what you pay for. Go there if you like subpar Thai food.

  • Eat

    Posted by Steven on 05/16/2009

    Beware

    We were very disappointed with the food at this restaurant. Fish cake appetizers were small thin rubbery fried slices of mystery ingredients. Our red curry beef was in a sauce that lacked freshness and was so boring it could have come from a can. (In fact, you can use supermarket-bought ingredients and make a much superior Thai red curry at home.) The beef in the dish was itself flavorless, and had obviously been cooked (boiled?) seperately and set aside to later be thrown into the sauce just before serving. My wife ordered the King Rama *$11), for whih we were overcharged ($12) and then given a dollar back without any apology after paying the bill and alerting them to their mistake. As for the King Rama, with sickly-sweet peanut sauce (which again might have come from a can) spread over tasteless boiled chicken and vegetables, this was just downright awful.

  • Eat

    Posted by Anonymous on 03/20/2009

    mmm

    Delicious thai...i order in weekly and always get a speedy delivery!

  • Eat

    Posted by anonymous on 03/12/2009

    best thai food

    Best Thai food I have ever had...and I eat a lot of Thai. I eat in and order in at least once a week and it is never a disappointment. The King Rama, Ginger Chicken, Chicken Cashew Nut, Masaman Curry, Pinapple fried rice, drunken noodle, pad see ew, and pad thai are all some of my favorites.

  • Eat

    Posted by Rebecca Rosenberg on 03/02/2009

    Pretty average

    Overall, the food was pretty average - maybe a bit below. I ordered a tofu green curry - not very spicy or flavorful and way too salty. And mostly broth with few vegetables. It came with the smallest side of rice I've ever seen. Their vegetable dumplings were overcooked and tasted like they used peanut butter for the middle. I also ordered a lemongrass soup. That too was low on flavor and had way too much salt.

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