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Posted by Julianna on 09/23/2012
Do not recommend ordering delivery from here. Delivery service has taken over 90 minutes to be delivered on several occasions, and, upon calling to inquire, I was given no explanation and attitude.
Posted by Kate on 12/26/2011
I needed a place to eat Christmas eve and there weren't many options available in my neighborhood. My boyfriend and I weren't sure about this place when we looked from the outside, it looked more like a bar than anything else, but it advertised southeast street food so we decided to give it a whirl. To my delight the food was like Thai food - my favorite cuisine - and everything was delectable. I started with the gado salad and tom yum soup, then dug into my shrimp special dish. My partner really enjoyed his duck bun and his tamarind squid. All in all, it was a good night with $3 singha thai beers and I would definitely drop by again.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/18/2011
I had the green curry today and it was one of the best ones I've had. The curry was vibrant and fresh. It was light and the chicken and vegetable were tender, especially the eggplant which was an unexpected delight. I'll will definitely be ordering from this place again
Posted by Suzy on 11/06/2010
While the restaurant serves food from South East Asia, it's really the Malaysian dishes that shine and rightfully so given that the head chef is Malaysian-born. The popiah, Maggi mee goreng, chicken curry, bee hoon goreng and nasi goreng are very yummy and probably the most reminiscent of home compared to anything I've tasted in NYC. I've also brought other Malaysians here who agree wholeheartedly. If you're looking for authentic Malaysian food, try it! If you're looking for authentic Malaysian food in a bar-setting, all the more reason to try it. They also deliver via seamlessweb.com
Posted by roxxan23 on 10/17/2010
Went here last night for a nice little dinner. The chicken satay burger tasted like processed chicken. I think it was probably just overmixed but it just made the texture very off-putting. Plus: Good service, great Green Curry. Minus: Odd bar setup with no tables, Chicken Satay Burger w/soggy fries.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/05/2010
Awesome food, great staff and very cool looking restaurant. Try the thai drunken noodles with chicken, indian roti appetizer, chicken wings...everything is great. Would give it a higher score on atmosphere if they figured out a way to throw parties here. It's a cool space.
Posted by Laura on 08/02/2010
My friends and I were looking for a place to chill out on a Thursday night and we stumbled upon this funky restaurant. It is literally outside the L train's 3rd avenue station. Various songs were booming, and there were a few couples in there so we decided to go in. It has a trendy "graffiti" styled decor, interesting "red" lights on the walls with cute candles on the counter. The staff were friendly and a Thai/Malysian menu, which made us very hungry. We decided to eat four/five snacks between us. I'd definitely recommend the Indian Chicken Roti, five spice pork rolls, Popiah spring rolls and the Chicken/Beef satay. I'm definitely coming back again to try out more snacks. They were delicious! After our meal, we spent time drinking since the place was set up like a bar with no tables. Just a long narrow wooden counter, which I thought was very cool. They have a great selection of beers such as Singha, Sapporo, San Miguel and Allagash White. The beers were just over $5 HOWEVER the snacks were cheap, which made the entire bill worth it. I'd definitely recommend this place. If you decide to go to Hawkers, don't be afraid to talk to the waiters about the food or it's ingredients. You can request to have more of something or less. ENJOY!!