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Posted by foodie on 03/05/2013
Beautiful atmosphere, but whoa very costly. The menu is extensive and much different then some Thai. My food was greasy [clay pot], but the eggplant salad was wonderful.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/04/2012
Went there the other night and was excited about the decor when we walked in. Not like typical UES spots. Took about 10 minutes for someone to come over to even offer some water. Finally ordered. Food was delicious. However I ordered the Nam Prik mild however was so spicy I could barely eat. Tasty but spicy! Pad thai was delicious. Will definitely be ordering delivery from here again.
Posted by Morgan on 08/17/2012
This restaurant doesn't belong on the UES, but I'm so glad it's there. The interior design is gorgeous, and the food is super tasty. Apps and Entrees are a good value and also the portions are easy to share with groups. Definitely recommend this for a fun, hip spot unlike the other restaurants in the area.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/10/2012
The best. It's amazing
Posted by Simone D. on 07/06/2012
So we went on a Friday, there's a DJ, it's loud....like "can't hear your friend next to you" loud. Trust me, I like loud music, I like dance music, but I don't want to dine to it. So there's three of us, it's not crowded. We ask for a table, the host brings us to a table and asks if it's ok. I notice a door next to one of the benches we'll be sitting on and inquire if that door will be in use during our meal. If so we would prefer (one of the many) open tables in the back. We are assured it will not be in use...it was not a group hallucination...then we are repeatedly abused during our mediocre meal by various waitstaff coming and going thru said door. The food was very meh...the papaya salad tasted like they spilled a cup of sugar in it, even the hot sauce wasn't hot. The apps were overly sweet (corn fritters, crispy eggplant). The drunken man noodles were dry, the Jaiya chicken dish was just ok. Even if we didn't have the door debacle I couldn't recommend it based on the food alone. The service was good, it's pretty, it's dark.....but you need a seeing eye dog for the bathroom. If you don't like traditional Thai spicy then go for it.
Posted by AlyssaB on 04/27/2012
The one thing we left wondering tonight was, was the service really that slow and poor, or were they trying to keep us seated at our table longer just to make the restaurant look crowded? When we arrived we were told there was a 20 minute wait. We happily waited and were seated within range. When we got to our table, we passed 4 empty tables on the way back (this place isn't huge either). It took 15 minutes for a server to come to us once seated for our drink order, but we ordered everything at once. We ordered a salad and the meatballs as appetizers, which took another 25 minutes to come out. The salad was great, but the meatballs (alegedly made with beef) tasted like rubber cement. My husbands noodle dish was pretty tasty, although very spicy. I had an eggplant shrimp dish that was also tasty. (Rice is extra.) The portion sizes of the entrees weren't that substantial. Maybe had I ordered rice too, it would have filled me up more. The vibe was good with a live DJ and the decor was unique for a local UES place. The food was about average for the price tag, but the service and hype of this place is definitely it's downfall. Having visited Thailand myself, I was not impressed.
Posted by Lizzy on 04/10/2012
I have been excited for this new Thai place to open for quite some time now, and it was worth the wait! The ambiance is very cool (industrial zen), and the water feature is a nice touch. The food was all very tasty, and the waiter was attentive. Welcome to the neighborhood!