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Posted by Anonymous on 03/06/2012
I ordered from here last night because I was working late, and so it was charged to a client. I ordered vegetable spring rolls and a spicy chicken "Mat Ma Moon." I want to stress that I love asian food of all kinds, Thai food in particular. This food was unappetizing. Unfortunately, the chicken dish didn't taste like Thai at all, it was more like subpar Chinese food. Instead of using thai chiles, when I asked them to make it spicy, they clearly just threw in an extra dollop of that spicy chinese chili paste from a jar. The sauce was gummy, and had no flavor except for the chinese chili paste. I thought I was getting Thai food? The spring roll appetizer were soggy, and the dipping sauce was a one-note vinegar mouth pucker. Plus, this was a good 15-20% more expensive than better Thai food (that actually tastes Thai!) elsewhere in west midtown. It was an extremely disappointing meal, even though someone (literally!) paid me to eat it. I will not be getting food from here ever again.
Posted by SEXY on 03/26/2011
I have been eating at this place for 5 years almost every friday and I love their food. We have our international friday dinner group every week and we order variety of food, it all turns out great. I eat the most of it. I dont know what these people are talking about writing all bad things. If they had a disappointing taste on that day doesnt mean the food is always subpar. Our group loves the place and its great service..
Posted by anonymous on 01/30/2011
I went with two friends, and we each ordered sushi roll and Thai noodle. None of us liked our food. It was the most disappointing food we've ever had.
Posted by anonymous on 09/02/2010
The service was slow, although my guest and I were the ONLY people in the restaurant. I ordered an apple martini-they made it with gin and put olives in it. Pad thai was bright red. Bland. Blah. I had a gift certificate which stated clearly I had to spend $35 minimum. They told me after eating we had to spend $45 because they decided to change it.
Posted by Sadface on 06/25/2010
they used to do all you can eat for $24 and it was amazing. just found out they took this option off the menu. there is officially no longer any reason to go there, because the pad thai, while included in the all you can eat, is completely inedible.
Posted by Anna on 01/25/2010
I love Tai Food! My family and I wanted to have Tai dinner at the Tai Grill & Sushi Bar after a day visit to MoMA. We've eaten in many Tai restaurants and loved the food; however, the food that we tasted at the Thai Grill & Sushi Bar was not good. In fact, it was so ill prepared that, we thought an armature not a chef, or at least someone who knows how to cook, prepared it! For example, in one of the dishes the meat (beef), the most expensive dish on the menu, was extremely tough and overcooked, not to mention very gamey. It tasted old! This food just spoiled our day. Had we tried eating Tai food for the first time in our lives there at NY Grill & Sushi Bar, we would have had a major distaste for Tai food!
Posted by ColumbiaLaw2013 on 10/23/2009
I can't speak for the entire menu; however, the Pad Thai was very bad.