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Posted by Emily on 02/09/2010
My boyfriend and I have ordered delivery Thai food from many of the Thai restaurants in Park Slope including Long Tan and Song. We enjoy their food as well, but Mee Thai is definitely the best. We always get the Pad-see-ew and it's always very well done and never too greasy. In addition, when you call to place an order it's easy and convenient since they save your information. The woman who picks up the phone is always friendly and reads the order back. It's a great place with great quality, great value, and great customer service. Two thumbs up! :)
Posted by casweki on 08/27/2009
I really like Mee Thai. Personally I feel it's the most CONSISTENTLY good Thai food in Park Slope. The curries are great, the Pad Thai is pretty good (I don't feel anywhere in PS has a really good pad thai but this is one of the better ones), the pad won sen is great and the Goong Gra Bok is very good. Service is excellent. And though it's a little empty eating in at Mee (and a t.v. is always on with weird movies playing...) it's really not bad because everyone there is SO NICE and it is BYOB so you can save a lot on alcohol. Overall Mee is good stuff.
Posted by Steven on 08/18/2009
First off, do NOT order the spring rolls. yes, perhaps it is my own fault for ordering them, but for $6 you get THREE spring rolls, which comes out to $2 per spring roll. If these were homemade, or rice noodle wrapped, okay, but they are the kind you get in the frozen food section and they charge you $6 for three tiny rolls, incredible. Secondly, where is the RICE? I ordered two entrees, and did I get two of the regular sized rices that usually come with "Chinese" take out? No. Did I get ONE? No. Instead, for two entrees, I got one, very small rice. Pathetic. Finally, the entrees were below average. Overall, I will never go there again.
Posted by The Dude on 08/07/2009
I am echoing the sentiments of the others, excellent Thai. Great to have a spot like this in Park Slope. Pad See Ew was delicious. Papaya Salad was not as spicy as I like, but still fresh. Not greasy, just clean good Thai.
Posted by chtisti 09 on 06/10/2009
One word to describe it Disappointing ! Went there for a dinner on a Tuesday night, place was empty. We order their special appetizer recommended by the waitress- it was tasteless, we also had seafood salad which we really loved. For main entries we had shrimp pad thai and green curry chicken. The shrimp were not fresh, they smelled and tasted bad! I had to pick they out to avoid food poison. Thai tea was good, fruit ice cream was ok, nothing special. Overall a pricey dinner for 2. we paid $65 and left very disappointed.
Posted by Lauren on 05/19/2009
Absolutely the best thai food I've had. . .and I've had some good thai food in the city. Ordered the wings and shrimp dumplings for appetizers, both were excellent. the basil chicken stir fry was so delicious I wanted to lick the plate. and the price was unbelievable. wonderful little hidden gem in park slope!
Posted by AG on 04/21/2009
Seriously, this is the best thai restaurant in Brooklyn. Everything I've had here is very very good (well, the jungle curry is merely good). The dishes are the usual suspects but when you have them here you understand what they are supposed to taste like (ie Papaya salad, Cashew Nut Chicken, etc.). Whoever is cooking here knows what they're doing. I will not eat at another Thai restaurant in my neighborhood ever again. Delivery is computerized, accurate and quick.