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Posted by anonymous on 11/10/2013
I took a friend from out of town to this restaurant. The hot and sour soup was the best thing about the meal. The curry was not very spicy, onions in large, partially cooked pieces, the lemon grass pork chop was salty. Noodles were ok. Service was excellent and friendly.
Posted by xYz on 01/18/2013
We order four things and they were all pretty subpar. it was actually the poorest thai food i have ever had in ny.
Posted by anonymous on 10/18/2012
The food was subpar. We ordered some simple Thai dishes.
Posted by PJM on 03/05/2012
I'm very particular about the meat used in my dishes and the overall ingredients. You order chicken from some places and it looks like lungs. Not only does this place make very enjoyable food with big portions but they use good ingredients. I never write reviews and I'm a picky SOB but long grain gets an A from me.**
Posted by Alex on 01/28/2012
I never write reviews, but my wife and I were so unhappy with our dinner that we felt that we needed to warn other people. We ordered the most basic Thai food there is, pad thai and pad see yu, and they were both unappetizing. Our impression was that it was cooked by people who have no idea what they are doing.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/17/2011
The food was poor, had the spicy Thai mango chicken it was inedible. The fried rice was bad as well and not fried a bit. The chicken soup was like eating salt water. It was a total waste of $35. So disappointed, will not do that again.
Posted by West Harlem on 12/14/2011
Long grain is easily one of my favorite restaurants in the city. Their Thai dishes are delicious (they also have hard to find Thai entrees like pad prik khing and spicy mango curry), their japanese food is solid (fish tastes fresh), and they have speedy delivery to Harlem, Washington Heights, and the UWS. Their portions are also humongous and their lunch specials are extra extra cheap. It really doesn't get better than that. Nuff said.