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Posted by Disappointed on 97 St. on 03/18/2005
Read the online reviews on this one and impressed with them, took a leap of faith to branch out into new territory only to be sadly disappointed. Pad Thai did not taste Thai and was a brimming mass of starchy noodles with no taste except old oil. Beef Rendang was just ok. Potatoes accompanying beef were not well-cooked which leads me to doubt the dish was slow cooked. You can do much better than this one, but I regret to say, not on the west side since even Saigon Grill has gone downhill since its expansion. P.S. Never, never order Pad Thai from a non-Thai restaurant.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/13/2005
What can I say - it's great. I have not had anything I did not like a lot. So enjoy a great Asian meal.
Posted by Pleased Neighbor on 01/14/2005
I stopped in for dinner and was treated to one of the best Asian meals I've had in New York City. The vegetarian curry, baked in a clay pot, is marvelous. The atmosphere is very unpretentious- polite service and tea before the meal, but paper napkins to keep things casual. I was so delighted to have happened in on the place and will be returning often.
Posted by Kate and Elena on 10/31/2004
We just ate there and are full, but we are already planning our next meal. We highly recommend the Thai Tom Yum soup and the crystal dumplings. Great value and the food is authentic and delicious. We shared a meal among 3 people and paid 7$ each!!!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/30/2004
Food is fantastic. Variety is much more that I've found in some other places. And everything is brilliantly priced! And most orders are so large, that you will end up taking home as much as you ate! Not as fancy as Penang but I would pick Malaysia Grill any day.