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Posted by Anonymous on 11/09/2010
I've been going to Saha Thai for about a year now and it gets better each time. The fried calamari is amazing, and not fried typically with oil dripping down. The sweet sauces that they provide are amazing. Try their curry puffs, you wont regret it. They come in three and it's just so flaky and delicious. Another recommendation is their Special Wings, which I don't know how they do it but they dice up the chicken meat and put some vegetarian mix into it along with the chicken. I've been to almost all Thai restaurants in NYC and I've got to say that Saha Thai has been the best so far!
Posted by wonderwoman29 on 03/17/2010
I get lunch from here all the time. The food is fantastic, and the environment is relaxed. It's not necessarily a great "date" place, but it's excellent to get good-priced yummy thai food with friends or colleagues. For diet purposes, I often ask for things steamed with sauces on the side, and I can taste that the veggies are fresh and my food is healthy and clean. Great service as well!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/11/2010
i have never commented or reviewed a restaurant on any website. i think if you want to try a restaurant, just do it. with that being said, i feel the need to comment to save people from wasting their money and calories on this place. i checked the reviews of saha because i was starting to feel like the other thai restauarant on Grand st recognized my voice on the phone (yah, i dont cook...what new yorkers do?). MISTAKE. the food is so bland, i had to put SALT on my noodles. salt on asian food? exactly. the keemao noodles were dripping in oil with no flavor (please dont ask abt the tofu -- hadnt even been seasoned) and the massaman curry was so bland that i had to look at the guest check to see if it was even the right order. it was. and it sucked. there were potatoes in the curry that hadnt even been cooked--they were crunchy. so sad because they are the nicest people at Saha. i also eat insane amounts of thai food (and grew up in a NYC neighborhood full of great thai joints) so i would say that at least i know what thai should taste like. im sorry. avoid avoid avoid.
Posted by yoki on 10/21/2009
fast service, friendly staff. will go again. Food remains consistent. A great take out joint.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/10/2009
I just ordered take out, and this place is delicious! They promptly delivered my green curry and I'm more than satisfied. Definitely one of the best thai take out I've had in the city.
Posted by Aimee on 12/23/2008
Came here for dinner with a friend. We ordered the chicken pad thai and pineapple fried rice with a glass of thai ice tea w/milk. The food was pretty affordable, and the service was great. The boss gave us these guava candy along with the check and told us that we had to try it.
Posted by Rina on 08/14/2008
if you're strolling around chinatown or little italy, chances are you just blew by this place without noticing it. Its tucked away on right near the landmark diner. i recently went there with my sister where we got the pad broccoli rice dish with shrimp and pad kee mao, a noodle dish. I loved the rice dish. it was tasty and the shrimp was good.. the noodle was in this heavy sauce that i thought had too strong of a basil flavor but my sister loved it. We both enjoyed the thai ice tea w/ milk. The crispy calamari was alright. nothing too special and the saha wing were alright too. Our waitress was hovering around us for the most part but i guess its better then them ignoring you. The place was clean and very nice. The stuff isn't going to cost an arm and a leg.