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Posted by mayality on 01/07/2013
I order innocently wanting to eat some dinner. It seemed logical and all went well at first. I called for delivery, knew exactly what I wanted and asked for all the little things I wanted on the side. Paid with my charge card and waited patiently for my delivery. And waited and waited. It finally got there and the order was wrong. I find this after I gave a great tip and paid for my order obviously. There I sat starving and pissed. So I had them come and get the food back, return my money and tip. How dare they! I was so careful to be specific about each thing so they would have an easier time. They clearly didn't feel the same way about me "the customer", who's always right.
Posted by Cristina on 03/03/2012
I love this place. My husband and I find ourselves going back again and again. They have good wine, great food (love the french/thai combo) and it's all a good value. The staff is super-friendly and helpful. Please note that I am not a Thai food expert, but I am a picky, hard -to-please New Yorker. You HAVE to try the Banana Pudding. Also, the cheese plate is amazing value and the Larb Pizza is delicious! I highly recommend this place for a casual night out.
Posted by Gaby on 08/09/2011
I was hoping this place would be my go-to Thai restaurant in Gramercy. Unfortunately, I'll have to keep searching. The food was delivered promptly and in a neat manner. However, the food itself left much to be desired. The Tom Kha Gai was tasteless, the Pad Se Ew noddles had a weird consistency, and the Yellow Curry was pure oil (I'm talking a 1/2 inch layer of oil in the food container). Not to mention they charged $5 for a portion of 3 oddly tasting chicken dumplings. Will not be ordering again.
Posted by foodlyfoods on 02/05/2011
The food at Reserve is affordable and tastes great. I did the lunch special where you choose an entree and an app. The chicken and shrimp shumai wasn't memorable, but an added bonus for a $7.62 lunch (with tax). The pad kee mao noodles were flavorful, spicy, and not too oily - an 8 or 9 out of 10 when compared to other comparable thai restaurants in the city. I also opted for the $3 thai iced tea, which was also well made and not too sweet. Overall, this is a great thai option in MH that isn't too expensive and provides efficient service. Will go back again and recommend to friends.
Posted by Shiro on 07/31/2010
I don't generally agree with slapping the Tapas moniker on every restaurant that serves small dishes. That little grievance aside, Reserve was a pleasant surprise. They have a great wine list that works in any price range, a few surprising beers and a good selection of liquor with specialty cocktails ruling the day. Food was a particular surprise, despite a few staples, the menu reads nothing like a typical NY Thai restaurant and the food tastes better than most. Curries were all phenomenal if small, and the spicy food went really well with the big bodied wines that we were having. There was a really nice Larb style salad of minced pork and shrimp marinated in spicy zesty sauce, served with little rice puffs. The noodle dishes were also more than passable. Overall the place is really cute, small and cozy. Staff is a bit more involved with themselves than they're with customers, but are very nice overall.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/21/2010
I wanted to try something new, and I found this Thai restaurant. Interesting, small plates, and wine that's $5 For happy hour; that caught my eyes. I recommend Thai Tom-Yum pizza and salmon deviled eggs; that blew me away.