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Posted by Andy on 01/25/2009
My favorite dishes: Chicken in special sauce Red Curry Green Curry Papaya Salad
Posted by ramy on 01/03/2009
a great restaurant! The staff are super-friendly and the food is just plain delicious. Definitely worth a visit!
Posted by anon on 12/28/2008
great food and lovely staff. spicy is actually really, really spicy, nothing is oversweetened, and the somtum rocks.
Posted by Food Hog on 11/06/2008
Simply the best Thai in NYC...try any of the dishes in their Special Sauce.
Posted by cool girl on 10/04/2008
this place is the bomb! it rocks my socks! it's great food. you'll be satisfied. ordering one plate will fill two people up. i reccomend this place! its great!
Posted by Anonymous on 09/18/2008
This place has the best Pad Thai we have eaten anywhere... and we Know good Thai food. While other places make it sickeningly sweet... Jaiya makes it with just enough spices (we get it medium spicy) You can always go bolder if you dare or milder if you can't handle it. They also have a great chicken/ tofu/ or whatever in Special sauce yum! It's not on the menu but you Gotta try it. Just ask, they're really accomodating. Their basil chicken is really good. The egg roll that comes with combination B is SOOO good... no comparison to other egg rolls I've eaten anywhere. They have awonderfully spicy fish dish that comes as a whole fish and a great sauce. Their soups are great as well. Try it... you won't be disappointed. Oh and go for their fried banana dessert in the crispy wonton wrapper w/ ice cream. We had the lychee ice cream with it... Heaven
Posted by chartcheck on 09/08/2008
Terrible value! We ordered vegetable pad thai for $10, which is a little steep, but especially because the container was half full! The other half? Bean sprouts. We also ordered Vegetable Panang Curry. This dish was also half full with no vegetables to be seen (all sauce). I had to use a soup spoon to find a few inexpensive vegetables (almost completely all sauce and no greens whatsoever). I should also mention, the person taking our order called us back to ask what kind of rice we wanted with the panang. We said plain white rice, then noticed we were charged $1 extra. Explain to me how you can sell a Thai dish that is all sauce and have the nerve to charge customers $1 for rice? More over, the spring rolls we ordered were greasy and flavorless.