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Posted by Anonymous on 10/31/2011
great food. love the pad see ew and pad thai.
Posted by hate parade on 10/19/2011
This place puts the ew in pad-see-ew. I'm assuming the place uses the lowest possible grade for meat. The sauce used for the spring rolls taste similar to a cleaning solution I once smelled, but never wanted to taste. The veggie dumplings were just plain unappetizing. Now I know why this place is so cheap...you pay for what you get.
Posted by regular client on 06/06/2011
I have been eating at Em for two years now. The food is terrific! The pad shrimp, pad tai and almost all appetizers are very good. They also have a good shrimp coconut soup that is really nice, but it is very overpriced. The service is fair, sometimes the waitresses are not too friendly. Food is served on oversized plates through that can sometimes make it awkward to eat if you are with someone else. The atmosphere is in need of color to contrast to lovely white seats that they currently have. Lunch atmoshere is not very inviting but the evening is a bit better. All in all this is a nice spot for good tai food that is reasonalbly priced .
Posted by BrooklynWhippet on 03/23/2011
I've been ordering takeout from Em for several years. The food used to be consistently excellent. The beef salad was tender with plenty of toasted rice and mint and lime and a complex dressing that was delicious on sticky rice. Every time I order it, the beef gets tougher, and the sauce gets harsher and less complex, the mint is long gone. The toasted rice is like gravel, when they remember to put it in. My boyfriend still likes their crispy duck dishes, though.
Posted by Eric on 03/09/2011
Hate tofu, love moc duck. Never been disappointed with anything here
Posted by anonymous on 01/18/2011
i love the mango salad so much, so we opted for Em over Joya. not the best idea. don't order the Duck Panaang. aside from it being cold upon delivery, the duck was so tough and overcooked that we could barely even cut it with a knife. seriously.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/04/2010
I'm well-versed in Thai food and Em is the best but far in this area. Sure, it's not Sriprphai, but it's damn good and way better than nearby Joya (greasy) or Ghang (flavorless).