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Posted by :) on 04/23/2012
so fast and amazing food!
Posted by Kanan on 07/24/2009
I've been coming to Pongsri since I was a little kid (I'm now 24) and it's probably the most amazing Thai restaurant I know. And I am a huge foodie, so trust me on this. I still think this location is the best but either way, this restaurant is awesome. Best dishes - Tum Yum Goong, red/green curries, anything Pad Gra Prow, Forget me Not Prawns, Pad Ke Mao (I will never understand all the unwarranted hype about Pad Thai), and the Eggplant Gra-Prow (soo good). Definitely check this place out if you've never been. It's AMAZING.
Posted by DnK on 06/29/2009
Coming from small town, southern USA, we don't have the opportunity to enjoy "good" Thai food very often. Our meal was delicious and the service was friendly and proficient. 'Twas a very enjoyable dining experience following an afternoon at the theatre.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/20/2009
Used to be the best Thai in town - however, they have either sold or changed management and the food now is soggy, watery, bland and lacks everything I used to love about the place. Think canned chow mein over a tiny scoop of rice...
Posted by Anonymous on 09/17/2008
I was craving pad Thai and was happy to find that this place is located 3 blocks from where I work. The staff was friendly however the pad Thai was not good at all. Its a shame that I had better pad Thai from a Chinese restaurant. I had the shrimp pad Thai which cost close to ten bucks and aside from that they only give you 2 shrimps. I would not recommend this place for the Pad Thai. My co workers do enjoy other things on the menu so I guess you will have to try your luck with this place.
Posted by ilovethaifood on 06/20/2008
working at the courthouse, there's a dearth of restaurants around (unless you want to eat dim sum every day). i was happy to find this place, cos i love thai food, and having been in NY for a year or so, i am in general disappointed by the quality of thai here. this place, however, had one of the better pad thais i've had in NY. for lunch, the price is good (though the quantity is a little less than i'd expect) though 10 bucks at dinner seems too expensive. the summer rolls were decent, though kind of small. will hopefully try the laab gai today, a tom yum, and maybe a curry. the service was rushed at lunch, and the atmosphere, though nicer than a lot of things in the area, doesn't really do much other than make it seem like a "classier" thai place.
Posted by Former[_]Fan on 05/12/2008
When we visted NYC before we moved here last February, I insisted to go to this place since it was definitely my favorite Thai place ever (even the stuff we ate in Thailand did not seem to us much better). However, it seemed that during the renovation they lost their recipies and their grill. The Pad King (which I alway ordered there) had some kind of cooked meat in it that was completely tasteless - my husbands food was at best average too. We tried it two more times for lunch (did not want to mess up a dinner) and mediore is a kind word for what was served each time. Very sad indeed. What happened?