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Posted by Anna on 06/07/2014
Sat at the bar and spoke to Charles and Charlie the bartenders. Great service and drink advice. Had the lemongrass mussels which came with an awesome sauce! Ordered the forbidden prince cocktail which cut the heat of the dish well. Ask for a side of grilled dumpling skin which is great for dipping into the broth.
Posted by Molly on 05/18/2014
The pad Thai was vdisappointing. There were too many red pepper flakes and the flavor was off. The portion was tiny too.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/06/2013
Went last night for dinner. The sticky rice was one big lump, the noodles in my noodle dish were gelatinous. The service was slow, and my favorite, they wash down the table as you sit there. Given the high prices they ask for their food, this place is not worth going to.
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