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Saha Thai Cuisine
Posted by StickyRicey on 05/19/2007
Saha Thai definitely pleased my palate. I stumbled across this place with a couple of friends one night and decided to give this cozy, orange place a try. Service was certainly superior to most other restaurants in the Chinatown area, and the place was clean and neat with a soothing ambience playing pop thai music. I recommend the Saha Wings and Crispy Fishballs as appetizers, and the chicken panag curry was pretty good. Next time I go I'll order the Moo Yang Salad and Thai iced coffee. The price is reasonable, and if you like Thai food you will not be disappointed. You can even personalize dishes that aren't on the menu!
Posted by YAY! on 05/15/2007
It's out of this world - you will CRAVE it!
Posted by imissbangkok on 04/11/2007
If you are into real authentic Thai like me, you'll love this place. Better than any other Thai's nearby.
Posted by bns on 04/04/2007
This place is sooooo good. they make the best sticky rice and mango desert on earth. I work in the neighborhood and no other thai place in soho comes close.
Posted by Mohan N on 03/23/2007
I work nearby this place and used to go there about 3 times a week for lunch. The people there are very nice and accommodating. I think the prices are a tad high though for the quantity of food. I think they need to offer lower prices for food ordered in addition to an existing order. ( buy Lunch portion, add some tea for half the price etc)
Posted by Straight from Thailand on 01/23/2007
I'm originally from Thailand and I've been working in New York for the past 8 years. I tried numerous Thai places in the city and some are great and some are terrible. Saha Thai in my opinion is the best in the area. Authentic Thai food just like back home. They even made me some dishes that are not on the menu!! I can understand the problem with the ice, but you have to understand that back in Thailand it's extremely hot and the ice actually melts fairly fast diluting the over sweetened ice tea, but if you like it sweet just ask them to put less ice. I did and I got a full cup of ice tea that I couldn't finish. I also like the fact that it's in a styrofoam cup. Easy to carry out if I don't finish it, but during dinner time they use glassware. I had to tell them that I want it in a to go cup. I haven't tried the green curry yet but the red curry is just amazing!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/17/2007
Um, I don't know who wrote the review below mine, but they couldn't be more wrong. Saha Thai is not that good. I live nearby, so I was excited to find that they were opening a new Thai restaurant. I've eaten a lot of Thai food in the past, and it's one of my favorite cuisines. I ordered green chicken curry with rice, and Thai iced tea. First off, there was so much ice in the cup that I barely got any tea. Secondly, it was served in a styrofoam cup with a lid... I don't know, I don't like feeling like I'm eating take-out if I'm at the actual restaurant? The plates and presentation and the like appeared nearly as cheap. This is something I usually wouldn't mind, but it just added to the list of things that I didn't like about the place. The chicken curry was so poor that I couldn't even finish eating it. Stay away from this place...