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Posted by Amity Street on 09/19/2009
This place has a busy signal pretty much all night every night. It's not because they have so many orders, I have a feeling they just don't like to deliver.
Posted by cynNYC on 09/15/2009
This used to be the best Thai place in Cobble Hill. It was always uncomfortably loud, but the food was great. This summer a friend and I were both completely disappointed in the meal we had there. I hope maybe it was just an off night, but I wonder if they're losing their magic touch.
Posted by anonymous on 09/11/2009
Usually have to call at least 5 times to get through. Delivery takes a while also.
Posted by Meredith on 08/20/2009
While house sitting in Brooklyn, a few friends and I stumbled upon Joya. The cash only place was busy on a Wednesday and the wait was about 15-20 minutes. We got a drink at the bar (a bit slow) and were seated. Within 5 minutes of ordering our entrees, we had our food. American size helpings of flavorful thai. For under $8 an entree ,the food was great. I will absolutely be going back.
Posted by joyalovr on 08/06/2009
Tough to get through on the phone for takeout. And it's very loud inside. But the food is excellent, and the prices are unbeatable.
Posted by Jessica Brooklyn on 07/23/2009
As someone who orders from this place alot and a member of the community, here is an honest review. Is it the BEST thai youll ever have in your entire life? No. But its damn good, the prices are cheap and the food is super flavorful. Because of this the place is always jam packed, its the only place in the area you can go to on a Tuesday night and have to wait for a table. Yes its loud and the service isnt fantastic, but your not paying 5 star prices so why would you expect 5 star service?? Stop complaining and just enjoy the food. It really is good. The pad see yue is the best I've had.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/12/2009
The food is good, the staff is friendly, the prices are awesome and it's a real dining experience without the real dining prices, which, if you haven't noticed, kind of matters these days. Because of places like Joya, just because you're broke doesn't mean you're stuck eating fast food.