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Posted by anonymous on 04/06/2013
We order delivery from here about once a week. Sometimes it takes longer than expected, but the food is consistently good. The salads are especially good and the panang curry is great. Can't comment too much about eating there, but delivery is a solid option.
Posted by anonymous on 08/07/2012
With respect to the litany of poor reviews, I would encourage people to give Ghang another shot. I wandered in today for a lunch special while doing some errands in the neighborhood. It was quiet at noon, but I got a table and decided to ignore my instincts. I'm eternally thankful I did. The service was attentive and quick; I had the lunch special spring rolls and Penang curry with chicken. Spring rolls werent incredible, but they were crispy and good. Then the curry came. It's everything you could possibly want in a curry: fresh vegetables and chicken, sweet and creamy sauce with an even garlicky heat and a pillowy mound of rice. I told the waiter he should tell the cook he did a damned good job. I entreat the naysayers to give this place another try- or don't- I'll definitely be back, and I could use the extra tables to bring friends.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/09/2012
We have Ghang deliver and it is great. Good food, reasonably priced and quick!
Posted by HJcobblehill on 10/12/2011
We used to order from the location on Smith street but gave the Court street location a try. Not only was the delivery late, the veggie dumplings came with no sauce and the stir fries were bland, watery, greasy and shredded looking. The vegetables did not even match what was described in the menu. Don't waste your time or money with this place. There are better restaurants in the neighborhood.
Posted by S on 10/01/2011
Service was poor, it was like being served by machines! Food quality was disappoiting, everything was fried too hard.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/18/2010
Ended up giving Ghang a try tonight after finding a 45 minute wait at Joya...there were 4 of us (1 pregnant) and we were all hungry. BIG mistake! We should have thought about the fact that there was a 45 minute half a block away, and this place was only half full! Anyway, we waited at least 10 minutes for water, and at least another 10 minutes to order....received 1 of the 2 appetizers we ordered (very mediocre calamari) about 10 minutes before the second (fried softshell crab with mango salad - the salad part of this was fine, the crab was fried in too much overly salty batter, broken into chunks, and didn't taste very fresh....we even left some of it). Then we waited another half hour for our entrees which were served one at a time with a good 5 minutes between them. There were 2 "waiters" (or were they hosts or busboys?? - WAY understaffed) working on Friday night, and what looked like 1 guy in the kitchen serving up one dish at a time....the place was totally understaffed. In the end, we spend close to 3 hours for a few simple and mediocre noodle dishes...a complete waste of time, and easily the most disappointing experience I've had in a VERY long time! Should have waited the 45 minutes at Joya, we still would have been out sooner and had time to catch a movie!
Posted by Margot on 11/16/2010
I enjoy Ghang Thai very much, but the service is so slow! I do not recomend this resturaunt for parties larger than two people. I say tis because I was once there with a party of six. We ordered as soon as we sat down, with only one other table filled in the entire resturaunt. I ordered Curry Puffs, and I never got them. A couple sat down across from me, half an hour after i got the, ordered curry puffs, and received them moments after their order. An hour later, the waiter came and told me they were out of curry puffs. My entire table never got their order, and after 3 completely wasted hours, we left.