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Little Thai Kitchen
Posted by Amanda on 07/14/2007
The food was great, but the place is tiny, so it can easily become overcrowded - particularly during business hours. Nevertheless, the food (I had the green curry) is great... the portion sizes are good and reasonably priced. Definitely would go there, but try to go during an "off-hour".
Posted by Anonymous on 06/19/2007
Although it is a hole in the wall, Little Thai Kitchen (very little) has great, authentic, and fresh Thai food at great prices.
Posted by NickiMidtown on 05/29/2007
MMMM ....Tried this place because of the reviews. I am going back again today. This place is cute small very clean and veeery tasty. Definitly try the curry mango chicken and the thai iced tea. Not much room for eating in so definitely go before or after the lunch hour rush. Cant wait till my next meal there.
Posted by seamless web user on 03/10/2007
I've now ordered from this place 4 days in a row - and each time I try something new and each day i'm pleasantly surprised that the different entrees are SO tasty. Try the noodle dishes like see-ew or the drunken ones which are nice and spicy. I also like this Pra Raam dish w/ chicken which is very rich. I'm fussy about chicken quality and this place does a good job in that respect. Aside from the entrees I like the summer rolls and the pork dumplings which are like a shumai, not the doughy dumplings that are more chinese.
Posted by Chrissie on 03/08/2007
Incredible! I suggest the Thai Mango Chicken. Also the Thai Iced Coffee is incredible. Eat it there if you can its cute inside.
Posted by Flubzy on 02/05/2007
This place is great for food. I had a curry duck, a salad with shrimps with ginger dressing, some kind of dumplings and a Thai style iced tea (don't ask me for names cause I would have never remembered them - my friend was ordering) . Everything was delicious. I loved the service, they were very quick with my our food and very pleasant. Place is small and cozy. Nothing fancy when it comes to the interior design, rather simple... and that's the way I like it ! I'm not a big fan of fancy restaurants. I'd rather have paper napkins over fabric ones. But that's my opinion. I'll definitely visit this place more often and advise anybody who likes to eat original food to go there. The food there is not adjusted to suite American taste, but it holds to the original recipes that would be used in Thailand. How do I know that? Well, my friend is Thai and when she says it's good, I believe her :). I really, really recommend "Little Thai Kitchen" to go there and try their food.
Posted by iamanamericanthai on 01/23/2007
I dont know what the person blow really knows about thai food. But to begin with if you usually do not order shrimp curry, even in Thailand. I am actually am half thai and have lived in Thailand for extensive periods of time. I can tell you that certain dishes on this menu are excellent. The pad see-ew noodles are excellent. The vegetable spring rolls are really really good. I have had both the green and red curries and both are good. In addition, the larb is very good as well. This placed is a little overpriced but at least we finally have some good thai food in the neighborhood. Before this I had to travel to the west side for a decent thai meal.