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Posted by Anonymous on 02/04/2008
The service is great and the food is absolutely amazing - cooked according to your spice level and brought in a timely manner. The presentation is food is cute and nicely complimented by the taste!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/24/2007
I eat here about once a week. I'll probably be over it soon, but it is very delicious right now. I will say that you should eat in or take out because they literally take forever to deliver.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/09/2007
I ordered delivery from these guys last night and they never showed up. I called after an hour and the manager said it was on its way. I eventually ordered a pizza. What a rip-off.
Posted by Phil Newbold on 07/01/2007
Shared the Lab Nur for starters, and the shrimp Tom yum & the Chicken with Indian Curry for the main course. Some of the best tasting, hottest Thai I've had anywhere, and the service was very friendly too. They don't shy away from the chillies.
Posted by Gibson on 05/08/2007
so I can't speak to their atmosphere. What stands out for me is their Tom Yong (sp) shrimp soup. It is crack rock in liquid form. The best I've ever had, including the place in Queens Zagat's said was the best. It's expensive ($11) but will serve 2. Their pad thai is good as well, and their massaman is avant garde, (sp) using pineapples. They have been known to be slow, and they're overpriced, but -dang- that soup is good, I have it at least once a week.
Posted by Sparky on 03/24/2007
I had dinner at Jaiya a couple of weeks ago. I have been going there off and on for the many years. It was terrific when it first opened but, my most recent dinner there simply wasn't very good. Certainly not as good as some other Thai spots in Queens, or elsewhere. The red duck curry was more gloppy than curry, and the sauce was one dimensional. The duck was fatty and unimpressive. Sadly, the shrimp and basil (which I asked for spicy), wasn't very spicy and just ordinary. It came to the table luke warm. Ditto the bbq pork salad. What is easy to taste was the Nam Pla, which they use a bit too liberally. Ironically, service was great. Not rushed and the waiters were all very nice. Unfortunately, we think the kitchen needs some tuning up and they may be coasting on past glories. Perhaps other Thai spots in the city have improved markedly over the years so that was once outstanding, simply isn't anymore.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/21/2007
its the best thai food i ever tasted.....i think thai food lovers should not miss on this one....