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Bangkok Contemporary Kitchen
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  • Thai
  • 166 8th Ave, New York NY10011 40.742322 -74.000232
  • (Btwn 18th & 19th St)
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  • (212) 691-0299
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User Ratings (Based on 62 reviews)

3.765
Food 3.9 Value 3.9
Service 3.3 Atmosphere 3.7

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 691-0299
voice
(212) 691-0277
Website:
www.roomservicerestaurant.com
Notes:
Delivery Mon-Thu: 11am-11pm Fri: 11am-12:30am Sat: 10am-12:30am Sun: 10am-11pm Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon-Thu: 11am-11:30pm Fri: 11am-1am Sat: 10am-1am Sun: 10am-11:30pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Open Late, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties
Min Delivery:
12.00
Delivery Area:
W 4th St to 30th St 4th Ave to 11th Ave

User Reviews

  • Room Service

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/29/2006

    So Good

    This is the ONLY delicious thai food ive had in nyc. Their food is super authentic and really really tasty, quick delivery and the thai ice tea tastes like it was made in thailand.

  • Room Service

    Posted by awlrain on 08/24/2006

    Please go try Room Service!

    **When my friend suggested going to "that new thai place w/ a swing," I was intrigued. The door area has a clear, globe-like swing that patrons can perch on for a bit and even swing their legs out thru the front window if they like. Ultimately useless, but a whimsical fun touch. :) The whole place has a neofunky decor (think Spice) combined w/ a hotel theme. I second the previous comment about the awkwardly placed "doors," but appreciate the thought that went into the design! **The service was excellent - a table wasn't immediately available, so the hostess sat us at the bar and was very attentive (as was our cute waiter). We didn't order any drinks, but they had some really creative names thrown in. **We had really good grilled ginger honey pork chop and yummy pad thai (I go all over the city trying different places, so I'd like to think I'm not a complete amateur ;-). BIG portions! **Our only complaint - my friend also ordered the Basil Uthaitip Pink Lemonade...which kinda tasted like seltzer water w/ basil in it. Other than that I totally loved the place! Saw many things on the menu that I don't normally see (e.g., Room Service pad thai - w/ mango, coconut beet sauce, wrapped in an egg omlette; and thai pumpkin flan) that I'd like to come back and try. This newcomer is sure to be a hit!

  • Room Service

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/23/2006

    Best thai in chelsea

    My boyfriend and i ordered takeout from here and this was by far the best thai in chelsea. The green dumplings melt in your mouth and the kani summer rolls were refreshing. We also ordered the grilled chicken satay salad, seafood pad thai and this tofu dish...all were delicious. The peanut dressing i could almost drink it was so good! Next time we'll try eating at the restaurant.

  • Room Service

    Posted by milagro on 08/11/2006

    Great surprise!

    I've been here twice now. Brunch and dinner. Brunch was inventive, tasty and a true joy. The chili sauce served with my eggs was good enough to eat by itself. The servers are attentive and courteous. I found the same at dinner. I loved my pineapple fried rice and chicken satay skewers. My boyfriend had the blackened sea bass with mango - another success. We split shrimp packet appetizers, which were also great. Though, we had the Bangkok Agra for dessert, which may have been one of the worst things i've ever tasted - but its not neccesarily bad - just not my taste. As a longtime fan of spice and highline, I'll be sticking with 8th ave for my thai in the near future. Great great great.

  • Room Service

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/07/2006

    Best Thai in NYC

    We've been there twice within a week now, and this place beats all my other favorite Thai restaurants in the city (Highline, Spice, Chelsea Thai which are also excellent, each in their own way). The food is very carefully prepared and beautifully presented, and reminds me very much of the food in the fancier restaurants of Bangkok. It's incredibly good value. When we went they didn't have their alcohol license yet (oh, Stupid America!) but I expect a menu of exotic cocktails will follow soon. Only downside: The decoration with doors (to remind you of a hotel) is a little awkward and makes some seats a little uncomfortable. Service, however, is excellent - just like in Thailand. No wonder that mere weeks after they opened there's already a line out the door!

  • Room Service

    Posted by A.J. on 06/21/2006

    Unforgettable experience!

    The trendy atmosphere threw my off at first, but wow I was pleasantly surprised when the food came. They have the basic Thai staples here and some more creative offerings. Prices are good and I am due for a visit soon.

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