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Posted by Anita on 02/19/2007
With Thai food this good and friendly service to boot, it’s no surprise that Galanga stands out among NY Thai places. Try Galanga for authentic thai food, the pad thai and the green and red curry is especially yum.
Posted by Tony on 12/27/2006
You can’t get more authentic than Thai food than Galanga. The food is reliably first-rate, especially the vegetable or beef pad thai. Try the green curry if you like it spicy! I would return every time.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/16/2006
Love it! Great food - in fact I think it's the best Thai I've had in a long time. Cute cozy little place. Definitely recommend it - planning on returning.
Posted by daisy on 12/14/2006
great thai food in the village! their thai iced tea should be illegal, it's THAT good. pair it with a chicken pad thai or shrimp pineapple fried rice, yum
Posted by Anonymous on 11/20/2006
You can't beat Galanga for great food, great homely atmosphere and friendly courteous staff. I used to eat here almost every other day while I was at NYU, and it is greatvalue for the buck and the food never gets stale. Try the vegetable or beef pad thai for the best pad thai in town!
Posted by For All Thai Foodies on 08/14/2006
Galanga is by far the best bang for your hard earned buck! I have eaten here tons of times and when family and friends are in NYC, this is the first stop. Top notch service, fresh eats, exotic flavors, and cool drinks. The atmosphere is laid back, traditional, but with a touch of color and class. The place lights up at night with low lighting, soft jazz and urban beats, definitely a place for the best Thai Iced Tea ($2.50) - so bring your date! I ate lunch there yesterday, and now there are new menu options from traditional Pad Thai, West 4th grilled chicken, Massaman, Mom Green or Red Curries, Tom Yum soups, duck breast spring rolls, Vegetarian dishes, eggplant, fish . . . . you name it, they all have tons of flavor. You can't beat the reasonable NYU student-oriented prices ($4, $9-$15) with food still on your plate.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/19/2006
Awesome laid-back/hip atmosphere. Service is a little slow in the restaurant, but really fast delivery. Great food. Try the spring rolls, pad si-ew (sp?), chicken satay and shrimp appetizer.