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Fulton Thai Restaurant
Posted by Nunya on 03/24/2010
After reading a couple of these reviews, I felt compelled to leave one myself. Granted, service slips a little at ANY restaurant from time to time when they get slammed; this place is, however, a good, consistent neighborhood Thai joint. Nothing mind boggling but always very fresh and tasty. They're always nice when I call as well. I order from there about once a week and haven't been let down yet. Fast delivery too!
Posted by Tina on 12/27/2009
So I called one evening to place an order that I would later pick up. I was immediately put on hold and had to listen to the guy take someone else's order on another phone and then he hung up on me. I assumed that this was a mistake and called back but I should have taken that as a sign and gone to my old standby, Chili Thai, even though it's all the way in Manhattan. The spring rolls were definitely not worth $1 each. They were pretty good but these were the thinnest rolls I have ever encountered. Then I had the lemongrass chicken and that was a disaster. The onions were just about raw and there were a ton of them. This was disappointing because I had gone there years ago and the food was delicious and a great value. Now, not so much.
Posted by clinton ave on 11/21/2009
Great food, fast delivery. Always perfectly done, fresh and tasty. It could be a little cheaper, but the serving sizes are decent. Actually ate in the restaurant, even though it's really just meant for take-out and delivery, and it was pretty cute. We were freezing and it was nice and warm. They have a little "garden" area in the front, which is kind of charming. Definitely recommend this place.
Posted by isa on 09/24/2009
i just moved to the neighborhood and have been sampling the local restaurants. As this is on my way home I decided to give it a shot. The skinny little spring rolls are hardly worth a dollar each. They have very little filling and lots and lots of dough. I ordered the Pra Ram and while it was filled with a variety of fresh vegetables the peanut sauce was flavorless and very very watery. Lastly the lady who runs the place gave me plenty of attitude. First she asked me if i had any change and when I tried to give her change, which included pennies- as its all i had, she refused. When i told her i didn't have any other change, she shortchanged me by another 10 cents. While it isn't very much money the principle of the interaction along with the poor quality food sealed the deal. I will Never go back here again.
Posted by thai me up on 06/07/2009
my girlfriend lives around the corner from this place, and we order from this place frequently. i live in manhattan, and the food here is surprisingly good. i normally hate the term 'fresh' in describing food as it's a bit cloying but i would definitely describe their fish as such - and i think it's an apt and important place to use it...i've ordered fish from numerous asian places in manhattan and it's never tasted as fresh as the snapper they use here...also the pad thai, various assorted sauteed dishes, and apps (including the chicken dumplings) are excellent as well. this place would kick ass if it were in manhattan as it's quite a step up from just about any place i've tried there. again, i was very surprised at the quality of the food here.
Posted by New Girl in Town on 05/23/2009
Ordered the "summer roll" as an appetizer for delivery. It was a sorry mess of iceburg lettuce that was browning wrapped with a few measly carrot shreds and a very cheap rice wrap. Ordered the mixed seafood garlic pepper entree. Basically very cheap octopus bits, mostly imitation crab sticks, and a few mushy pieces of shrimp with the shell still on. The vegetables were drowned in an oily mess so couldn't tell if they were fresh or not. Basically this place is the equivalent of a greasy Chinese takeout--except for the fact it's not even cheap. For $21, definitely won't try this place again, nor it's sister on Myrtle. I hope Thai 101 is better. If not, there is always excellent thai at Joya on Court Street.
Posted by jen on 03/19/2009
ordered from here last night. delivery was quick and what we ordered, but i wasn't particularly impressed with the food. it was fine, but wouldn't order again. pad thai was overly sweet and gloppy. the basil tofu had an ok flavor and what appeared to be canned mushrooms. not the worst thai i've had, but looking forward to finding better options in the neighborhood.