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Posted by jen480 on 12/02/2012
I eat here all of the time. It's right down the block from me and is probably my favorite Thai place in Park Slope. The food is always cooked right and the service is spot on.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/27/2012
i had the pineapple fried rice with chicken and i was very satisfied with the taste, amount of food and price ... i will be dining here again!
Posted by Suzette on 12/13/2011
Having sampled much Thai fare here in Park Slope, I've gotta say, I'm quite partial to Nahm! I was hesitant at first (how many Thai restaurants do we really need in the neighborhood?!), but after sampling their cuisine, I've become a convert! I truly feel the food here is superior to most of the competition. The flavors are more "complex" and I think the dishes are perhaps a bit fresher and more well-crafted. I'm quite fond of the basil fried rice, which upon request, can be made with brown rice! Second to none, is that delicious peanut sauce, which I could be happy to die in a vat of. One word - yummy!!
Posted by sxloo on 04/09/2011
The food here was lackluster: dry chicken, bland everything else. We were accidentally served someone else's salads, and we ate them before we realized. Then we heard a lot of yelling in Thai from the kitchen, and in a few moments the waiter came and told us that they had made a mistake and we shouldn't have had the salads but they would let us eat them anyway. That was pretty awkward. We had some noodles that were unappetizing too, and it's pretty hard to mess up fried noodles. Maybe they'll get better as they get more established.
Posted by JenInParkSlope on 03/27/2011
We ate at Nahm on the night it opened and were very pleased at the atmosphere of the new restaurant, as well as the friendly staff. Our appetizers were great - crispy spring rolls and chicken satay with delicious dipping sauces. My boyfriend liked his chicken pad thai. I, unfortunately, was unimpressed by my shrimp & chicken mango dish. It was surprisingly lacking in flavor, which is strange for something in a mango sauce! We ordered from Nahm a couple weeks later, and I decided to try the chicken pad thai and again was surprised at the lack of flavor. It just tasted like it didn't have any sauce whatsoever. My boyfriend was also surprised that time by the same dish. I have a very sensitive palate (I sometimes find black pepper to be too spicy!) so for me to think something tastes bland is a very rare occurrence. That said, I really wish all the best to this place and am hoping they just need to hit their stride. Going to wait a while and give it another shot in a few months.
Posted by dee on 03/18/2011
Superb and speedy service. Delicious food, oh so delicious! I love the ambiance. Very nice and professional staff. The waiters make you feel at home. This restaurant has made its mark! I think Joya might have some competition......
Posted by dressrehearsal on 02/24/2011
This isn't a 5 star restaurant as in an upscale and pricey dining experience; this is a 5 stars as in hooray for a new place where one can have a simple, pretty and very yummy meal at an affordable price. The menu is as inexpensive as Song, but the atmosphere here is much more pleasant (we chatted briefly with the owners, who said they based the tranquil blue and stone color scheme on water - or "nahm" in Thai.) We sampled a total of six dishes and each one was bright and fresh - nothing we was too oily or overcooked. Lovely crisp vegetables, delicious light dumplings, terrific pad thai and curries. The service was friendly and quick, though the place was only half full, so not sure what it would be like when packed. There's no liquor license - don't know if they're planning to add one - so if a cocktail, wine or beer is important to you with your meal, this isn't the place for you, but for everyone else who wants delicious Thai in a very welcoming environment, I highly recommend Nahm.