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Posted by Amy on 02/09/2007
This Thai restaurant has a great midtown location. Recently, my friends and I went to get some dinner- and we got these huge portions and ended up having to take the food home because there was so much. I recommend avoiding lunch rush- though it's nice to have Thai food as an option while at work.
Posted by Nottingham Girl on 02/08/2007
My partner and I visited this restaurant for lunch on 5th Feb 2007, and we were definatley not dissapointed. The food was the best we'd had since visiting Thailand last year. We got chatting to the waiter about Thailand and how beautiful it is, he later came back with a couple of books about different destinations in Thailand that were worth visiting (which he gave us free of charge). People are far to quick to criticise and slow to praise. This restaurant is definatley worth a visit for the fantastic food and welcoming staff.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/30/2007
That's not true that Thai people do not use chopsticks. I am half Thai, and was taught how to use chopsticks at a young age. In Thailand, they only use spoons, knives and chopsticks. Forks are rare. If you request chopsticks at the restaurant, you will get them. This is America. This restaurant is in America. They are catering to Americans. If you order in Thai...they'll give you a spoon and chopsticks. This place is one of two restaurants in NYC that has great Thai food.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/02/2007
In response to someone saying, "How can an Asian restaurant not have chopsticks?" FYI, the Thai people don't use them.
Posted by TDS on 12/29/2006
That's the only comment I have...obviously catering to the tourists of Times Square. 2nd Ave. Pongsri is so much better. How can an Asian restaurant not have chopsticks?!
Posted by Oklahoma Girl on 12/06/2006
My husband and I made our annual trip to NYC in February 2006 and discovered Pongshri for the first time. We ended up eating here 3 times during our week vacation. The Pineapple Fried Rice is second to none! We are planning our vacation for January and it makes my mouth water to even think about it. The food is delicious and the price is among the most affordable that we have found in NYC. Try it!
Posted by Disappointed on 11/03/2006
My friend and I went to this restaurant for lunch. Food tasted good, but the service was poor. The waiter couldn't take our orders correctly, so he brought us the wrong food. When we complained to a waitress, she had an attitude. She took the food back, but the cook only "recycled" the food. Very poor service. I wonder it was because we went there during busy lunch time?