Hold down Control (PC) or Command (Mac) key + mouseclick to select more than one option
Midtown South / Chelsea >
Qi Esarn Thai
Posted by twss on 02/12/2010
eat your heart out new york...with heaping portions and succulent meats this is the place to go ...the decor is beautiful, suttle with modern bangkok twist....I have never sat in a chair like this before..definitely memorable...MOST COMFORTABLE CHAIR I HAVE EVER SAT ON.
Posted by janice on 01/28/2010
Really tasty food and pretty healthy too.
Posted by veggie lover on 12/26/2009
Havent found a better thai/asian restaurants which is suitable for both meat-eaters and veg*ns without worrying about fish sauce, shrimp paste and egg in the noodles etc. amazing service and classy decor! Try the basil wok with imitation duck and the young cocunut water for sure! I am surely coming back!
Posted by Orlando Clemente on 11/13/2009
The food here is excellent Really amazing flavors !!! The service is also some of the best I have ever encountered in a restaurant. Friendly staff and great atmosphere. For now it's a BYOB so pay a visit. It won't be your last !!
Posted by protective neighbour on 11/07/2009
We live nearby and have now eaten here 3 times. It's a great place: high-quality Asian food, not the cheap greasy stuff. Recommendations: gingko cinnamon beef (with broth), miso-curry sea bass beats the sesame crusted salmon, dumpling fritters, seaweed chicken & shrimp dumpling - both steamed and fried are good, but they come with different sauces, so you have to try both! The ribeye had great sauce, but not the best cut of meat. The staff are friendly, attentive and explain everything patiently, the atmo is calm and a bit spa-like, everything is pristine. We even brought in two toddlers, and, while there were no high-chairs, the staff was was truly accommodating and helped make it a nice evening. We have been really pleasantly surprised and will keep coming back. I just hope my review won't end up turning this neighbourhood gem into a hotspot and "ruin" it all ...
Posted by Andy on 10/28/2009
Had dinner last night after the gym, and the food was awesome. It had flavor it had life. I would rate them 8 out of 10! The only drawback was the sauce with the dumpling fritters was too sweet( I not like sweet foods). For a main course I had Pad See Euw w/Chicken and green tea buckwheat noodles and I could have kept on eating them. This is a new restaurant and I hope they build a following quickly it does not deserve to close due to lack of customers. The interior design is very different and unique. The staff dote all over you in the traditional Thai manner. So all I can say is just go and eat at Qi, you will love the food!!