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Posted by Anonymous on 09/05/2013
They raised the prices for lunch while taking away the additional stuff (soup or salad) they also seriously cut down on portions. No longer a sweet lunch spot. def gonna visit less frequently now...its the same price as local places now and is decreasing in quality rapidly. BUMMER-the food used to be awesome.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/13/2012
This place is everything you look for in a quaint New York dining experience. The ambiance is perfect, food delicious, staff cute as hell, and all at affordable prices. Really hands down one my favorite places to sit and eat on a chilly wet day.
Posted by Renee on 10/10/2011
This is my boyfriend and my go to Thai place. The food is fresh, and authentic. And the service is quick and friendly. We even became friends with the owner and frequent regularly. They have a jazz band every night and the atmosphere is relaxed and romantic. And the prices are very reasonable.
Posted by nycfoodlover on 07/28/2010
After a very overpriced lunch of soup that was only made with what seemed like bouillon, a tasteless and poorly prepared papaya salad, and shockingly sub-par sticky rice, I felt compelled to write a negative review. I was not expecting to have a papaya salad without cilantro, with ice-burg lettuce, chewy shrimp fully lacking any of its requisite sweet, spicy and sour flavor.
Posted by EP on 04/16/2010
A moody, dim-light Thai staple for great drinks, chic atmosphere and a good meal for a reasonable price. Some nights (I believe Thursdays) there's even a jazz band to top it off. The pad thai and Rohm noodles are always tasty, but make sure to wash them down with one of the cocktails. They're consistently delicious, not to mention heavy handed :) The owner is taking a trip back to Thailand to hone in on some new dishes and flavors, so keep a eye on this place. It's about to get even better. Stop in before it blows up!
Posted by Amáiya on 11/23/2009
I dined at “Rohm” for the first time last Friday night with a girlfriend. The restaurant is small and cozy with brick walls. Live jazz was playing. The food was tasty and really fresh. The waitresses were very attentive. I had “beef satae” with their homemade peanut sauce (AMAZING!). For the entrée I had the “peanut curry shrimp with jasmine rice” (you have an option of spicy or not), and a glass of Shiraz (Australian). I would really recommend this place to someone who prefers quiet and cozy restaurants with dim lights. However, I think the owner could have better ventilation and maybe give the place a strong scrub down...it was a bit musty when I first arrived probably because it’s such a small underground restaurant.
Posted by Danny on 10/13/2009
I work a few blocks from ROHM and always get my food within 30 min. There portions are a lot bigger than other thai places. I always have enough to save half of it and eat it later ( I'm on a budget! )I always order their duck with either noodles or fried rice depending on my mood. Thanks for being In the neighborhood!