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Kittichai

at the 60 Thompson Hotel
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  • Thai, Vegetarian-Friendly
  • 60 Thompson St, New York NY10012 40.7241042 -74.0032714
  • (Btwn Spring & Broome St)
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  • (212) 219-2000
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User Ratings (Based on 88 reviews)

3.585
Food 3.4 Value 2.9
Service 3.6 Atmosphere 4.4

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 219-2000
Fax:
fax
(212) 925-2991
Website:
www.kittichairestaurant.com
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon-Wed: 7am-11am+6pm-10pm Thu-Fri: 7am-11am+6pm-11pm Sat: 7am-11am+11:30am-3pm+6pm-11pm Sun: 7am-11am+11:30am-3pm+6pm-10pm
Serves:
Breakfast, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Outdoor Dining, Prix Fixe, Tasting Menu, Pre/Post Theater, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Kittichai

    Posted by smart diner on 07/13/2005

    One of the best Thai Restaurants

    This is one of the best Thai Restaurants there is and I've been in Thailand! The atmosphere is lovely, the menu - exciting and different, presentation - perfect and the taste is to die for! Make this place a "for sure" stop if you are planning a night out.

  • Kittichai

    Posted by cilantro lover on 06/27/2005

    No Taste, great space

    I was so looking forward to trying the trendy Thai place. I thought the service was great, and the decor was very nice, but the food was really a let down. I really don't think this tastes like Thai food. It was bizarre. My dessert was obviously frozen and recently dethawed. Really not worth the big bucks.

  • Kittichai

    Posted by 6critics on 06/26/2005

    We Just Don't See it

    We went to the thompson hotel with a few excpectations. We knew the place was trendy, but thought the food would be better than your average thai place. It was not. What you get here is, overpriced, tiny portions, served by an incompetant waitstaff. I guess the portion size should not be a complaint as I do not see anyone wanting more of what is served.

  • Kittichai

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/26/2005

    Over-priced and over-salted

    Oversalted, even for me who is Asian and accustomed to the sodium from soy sauce and fish sauce. I had wok-fried shrimp and my husband had the sirloin and pineapple fried rice. There was so much salt on everything we couldn't barely tell what the flavor was supposed to be, and from what we could tell, everything was simply poor. I can't believe the positive reviews...I am almost wondering if I went to the same restaurant or the chefs were having a an off night. The decor and atmosphere was amazing and the staff was efficient and courteous.

  • Kittichai

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/01/2005

    Pretty much worth the hype

    Made it into Kittichai last night for 10:30pm reservations. Drinks are very good, and the lychee martinis are outstanding. The place is very cool, atmosphere is sexy and happening. The food is unusual and full of flavor - if you like thai spices like kaffir and lemongrass. Seabass was a big hit (with all 3 couples at our table), loved the mushroom soup, white tuna special and crabmeat tapa. Duck egg omelet sounds more interesting than it is. Dessert were good but not outstanding. Service was surprisingly disorganized - the person who brought the food out had no idea who ordered what, cleared things too quickly (before we were done), etc. But overall it was a wonderful evening that we enjoyed a great deal.

  • Kittichai

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/16/2005

    Excellent

    Ate there last night and thought the food was excellent. We did not find the portions small at all. The chilean sea bass, wok fried chicken and monkfish were all excellent. The service was great as well. Overall we had a wonderful experience and our out of town guests were raving about the place. I highly recommend it!

  • Kittichai

    Posted by Still Hungry on 03/30/2005

    Go hungry, leave hungry

    Room is stylish, crowd is stylish, cocktails are fun. Food, what there is of it, is good. But there's a New York small portion, and a Kittichai small portion. Sharing menu? How can you share a miniscule portion? Go hungry, leave hungry.

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