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Posted by Bruno on 09/26/2012
They have a $7 lunch menu that includes a tasty crispy dumplings and Pad thai! Perfect for a hard day of work. The food is OK, not the best Thai ever but not bad. Enjoy it
Posted by Leah on 02/26/2012
Poorest Thai food I have ever had in NYC. The jungle curry had no flavor nor did the drunken noodles. It's hard to fail at Thai and this was absolutely subpar.
Posted by anonymous on 10/11/2011
For value I give them a 5 because there was enough food for 2. I ordered spring rolls and the curry with vegetable and tofu. It rocked! Took 15 minutes to get to my apt. The spring rolls come about 6 to an order. They are smaller than what you get at most restaurants but I guess that's why you get 6 instead of 2. They were tight. Crispy and yummy. The curry was great. I've had tangier curry but theirs is great. The balance of vegies in the dish was exactly how I like it and not too much baby corn. I'm looking forward to eating the leftovers tomorrow. Will order again next week!
Posted by Cindysezz on 09/06/2011
I live around the corner from Pad Thai and love this place. I'm a creature of habit so typically order the same thing - Panang Curry with white rice and while I've tried other things off the menu - this is my favorite!!! I eat in occasionally for lunch which is a great value but order in for dinner and am always impressed with how quickly they deliver. The food is consistently of the highest quality, it's hot and it's cheap. I strongly recommend it!
Posted by Anonymous on 06/24/2011
Skip the BBQ chicken - it's flavorless and dry. The BBQ sauce tastes like straight molasses. The sticky rice was overcooked but the brown rice was undercooked. They got my order wrong but did fix it without delay. Don't spend $50 on this dinner for two. Not worth it.
Posted by WestVillager on 04/28/2011
I got fried calamari. It didn't travel well but the sauce....sweet and sour sauce with mayo wasn't working for me. Need some acid. Adding apple cider vinegar helped. The Drunken Noodle had no flavor but just a mild heat. What happened to sweet, sour and hot? That is the staple of what makes Thai. I add lime and helped a bit but it was lacking sweet so added honey. I then, added a bit of fish sauce. It helped a bit but too late for noodles to absorb the flavor. I had usual amount of chicken but the rest....was joke! I had two slices of carrot!! Yes, carrot! It was my first to me. Other are just few pieces of onions. That was all. No basil, bell peppers nothing!! If you want Thai go somewhere ales!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/28/2010
Just stopped by for a quick drink and appetizer and pleasantly surprised by this place. The spring roll was yummy and the cocktails were decent. Best of all, however, were the adorable wait staff. They were sweet and friendly and made me want to come back.