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Posted by Anonymous on 04/10/2010
As big fans of Thai food, we thought our chances of finding a good Thai restaurant in NYC would be pretty good, but the options were daunting. So we googled it up, and Laut was the closest to our hotel. We were a little concerned about it being too fancy for us (traveling with 6 and 8 year old), but we found it to be casual, but still pleasant. The Food...now that turned out phenomenal! We had the Spring Rolls as an appetizer, and for the kids chicken Satay. They loved both (especially the sauce) as did we. The "grown ups" ordered some Musaman curry (first time, normally get Panang) and pad thai. Both were delicious, and even the kids enjoyed both dishes. The two main courses and two appetizers served plenty for our family of 4. Highly recommended for other NYC visitors
Posted by treshold on 03/30/2010
Am impressed by how much authenticity the restaurant tries to maintain. The food is really good and the service is a BIG PLUS as well...
Posted by Anonymous on 02/13/2010
So authentic & VERY good!! The traditional favorite are the best: rendeng, roti cani, nasi goereng (best thing in my mouth so far in 2010). I was so happy I had to call em back to say how good it was! ps I've NEVER left a review b4! It was that good!
Posted by Lily on 12/14/2009
I thought this restaurant can be overlooked and doesn't get as many customers as it should. Their food is excellent, and their service is commendable. I highly recommend getting the ROTI CANAI as a starter, and getting any of their noodle dishes. The atmosphere is also filled with a quiet elegance, the dining music is pretty contemporary, but complementary with dinner because its played softly, and not overwhelmingly.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/13/2009
After reading the reviews, we decided to check this place out. We love Thai food and the veggie options you get at Thai restaurants. However, I must warn all vegans out there that this is not the best place for them. Vegetables seem to be cooked in meat sauce or something, I was quite disappointed with the food.
Posted by Cathy on 10/11/2009
Ive been here twice and the reason I go is for their seafood laksa. It is authentic and total comfort food ! Try their roti canai which is just as yummy.
Posted by Malaysian on 09/28/2009
$7 for 4 fairly small satay skewers was a test I'm afraid this restaurant failed at. Although the food in general was tasty and fairly authentice, the prices of the appertizers and salads promised something this restaurant couldn't deliver. Stick with the noodle and rice dishes and you'll fair better.