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Posted by thai food lover on 11/21/2009
I love thai food and its been my mission to find great thai food in nyc. My fav used to be Wondee Siam in Hell's kitchen when i first moved to the city 10 years ago - its still great but since I discovered Real Thai - I like it a notch better and its maybe b/c they are small family run place thus they take pride in their food and its very authentic - just like thailand. I judge a thai place by their basil noodles and thai iced coffee and both are excellent here. If you dont like noodle try anything w/ chill and basil sauce - you wont be dissapointed. Best part is reasonable and cheap food.
Posted by kjh on 11/07/2009
I always order pad thai from Real Thai. It's consistently good, and usually arrive at my place about 10 minutes after I call-super quick. A couple times I ordered it, it was a little dry, but now I just let them know to make sure it is not too dry. This is the best pad thai I've ordered in NYC. I love it because the flavors are perfect and the bean sprouts are always fresh and crispy. I want to order some right now, but it's only 9am on a Saturday :)
Posted by Deb on 10/25/2009
I ordered from this place based on the rest of the review on this page, but perhaps this place is under new Management? The pad-thai was greasy and not at all flavorful. The Tom yum soup was alright, but nothing special. Service was fine and fast, but I would definitely NOT order from this place again.
Posted by Lohn on 08/07/2009
The food was great. Service was okay. Prices were cheap. The atmosphere was nice- but the music was horrible...like old 80's shit.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/18/2009
Great service and great prices!!
Posted by anonymous on 05/13/2009
This is one of my go-to places for reliably good Thai food. Remember you're paying $6.50 for a lunch menu with soup or salad. It may not be what you find at the Oriental or Peninsula in Bangkok, but considering it's an inexpensive place in the Sutton area, I think it's a great find. Portions are good (not huge but satisfying), cooking is fairly authentic and not too greasy (which a lot of cheap places tend to be), the space is attractive and reasonably clean. Service? It's okay. You don't look for attentive service when you're paying under $10 for a good meal in a sit-down place in that area.
Posted by Leanne Beinhorn on 05/11/2009
The food is good and the price is right!