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Posted by t.d. on 08/29/2012
take out arrived promply. glass noodles did not taste fresh huge pieces of grn/red pepperd which i didnt see listed filled most of take out pan. shrimp old, dry & tasteless. the plantain with honey dessert was very good. i spent $21 incl tip.. would not order from here again.. very disappointed because the reviews were so good
Posted by WGKTHE4TH on 03/25/2012
Came here after running through the park and was welcomed to sit down in a comfy booth. I was immediately served some water while I perused the myriad of menu options. As a habitual Thai food eater I ordered what seemed most like my goto back home: the Beef stir fried in oyster sauce with a little extra spice. It was served rather beautifully and was fantastically flavorful, without the common pitfall of being dreadfully salty. The attentive waitresses were very good at keeping my water full even as I finished four glasses (I just ran 6+ miles). I will definitely be going back.
Posted by ry&syd on 05/13/2011
Consistent, moderately priced, and well spiced Mee Thai doesn't disappoint. Nothing earth shattering; just fresh ingredients, traditional recipes, cooked right.
Posted by JenInParkSlope on 03/27/2011
My boyfriend and I have tried several of the Thai places in Park Slope (why are there so many?) and Mee Thai is by far the best, for Pad Thai at least. We also love their Goong Gra Bok and Chicken Satay. We order a few times a month from them, but have only eaten in the restaurant once. It's definitely lacking for atmosphere but the food is well worth it.
Posted by svans2 on 10/13/2010
Went here on a whim after walking by and was surprised at how tasty everything was. Possibly the best thai in Park Slope at this point. Ordered the yellow curry with vegetarian duck, which I was very happy to see on the menu, the glass noodles with shrimp and a few appetizers. Everything was flavorful, well sauced, with a nice level of spice that even those in our party with a delicate palate were able to handle. Definitely recommended.
Posted by Anthony on 07/23/2010
My girlfriend and I ate here for the second time after finding that this was one of the best rated thai places in Brooklyn, and it did not disappoint. The food is flavored perfectly. Both times we got the green papaya salad which I highly recommend. My girlfriend got the drunken noodles, which were delicious - the brown sauce was not overly thick or greasy and wonderfully spicy. I ordered the jungle curry, which tasted amazing although I found a bit watery (but that's what I get for ordering the one curry the menu says explicitly is made without coconut milk). The servers were very attentive and the food arrived very quickly. My one complaint is that while we were eating after 8 PM the restaurant had its AC on full blast and the place was freezing, in spite of the fact that everyone inside was wearing t-shirts. I was thankful when my curry finally came so that it would warm me up, and I was worried it would drop to the frigid room temperature. Fantastic food, but for the love of god turn off your AC after dark!
Posted by Genevieve on 04/26/2010
This lovely place has a peaceful atomasphere despite being on busy 5th avenue. The food portions are well sized and the food itself is fresh and non-greasy. The staff is polite and knowledgeable of the menu, so you can always trust a suggestion.