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Saha Thai Cuisine
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.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/25/2008
The food is very good and fresh.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/24/2008
I just went to eat last Friday but actually i've been a million times and always had a great experience. It's very authentic food, and service is wonderful.The food was different, interesting and extremely tasty, well-prepared and beautifully presented. My favorite is the Pla rard prik- very very tasty >> Whole fish top with sweet chili sauce but my son love to eat Pad thai and curry puff.The waitress was very nice and good recommendation.
Posted by Raincity on 04/10/2008
Pretty classic order, tofu pad thai, red curry with chicken, and fried spring rolls. Everything was very fresh and tasty, I would certainly go back. Just a note, they don't have a liquor license yet (they said two more months), but they let you BYOB in the interim.
Posted by Lucky on 02/29/2008
I just went to Saha today and I had a great experience. The 2 of us ordered Saha wings and Shrimp roll. Shrimp roll is just a whole shrimp wrapped in wonton wrap and fried. I like the wings but the shrimp roll was nothing fascinating. Then, I had Gai Yang and he had shrimp in Jungle curry. Loved my dish. for the Jungle curry, it was soupy and kind of salty. Mango with stick rice dessert was ok. it is just steamed sticky rice with white sesame seeds on top and coconut milk, some fresh mangos on the side. I guess we couldn't fully enjoy it because we already had rice with our entree, so with this rice dessert it was just too much rice but i still liked it. I would definitely go back again and try other dishes. I like the location, it is a faint and quiet intimate restaurant, clean. The waiter came to fill our water and i was thwhen necessary and i was thankful of that.
Posted by thailover on 02/13/2008
This is my second favorite Thai restaurant in NYC. My first, being in Woodside, I come here more often. If you're an authentic-Thai junkie like me, you'll love this place.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/25/2007
This is a nice place off the beaten path. I found it by accident walking down grand street and decided to try it out. Even better because they deliver when I'm not in the mood to walking there. It looks like a nice place that is great to bring someone that is for the price. It is pretty quiet on the weekends which is why I like it.