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Sai Thai Kitchen
Posted by Anonymous on 04/18/2013
Well, it's not the worst and not the best. There are other places that are better, cheaper and more generous in their portions (ie. Song and Beet). The pad thai is on the sweeter side for me, but at least they included a lot of egg (which I love in my pad thai). All in all, I'd go somewhere else if it isn't just based on price alone.
Posted by Michelley on 07/09/2012
We went back yesterday and the portions were tiny and the food was bland and barely spiced. I don't think they even used fish sauce, to say nothing of hot peppers. Too bad! They were much better when they first opened.
Posted by anonymous on 03/28/2012
I love Thai food, but I had just about given up on getting consistently delicious delivery Thai food, when Sai Thai Kitchen left their menu on my stoop. We've probably ordered 5 times by now, and every time, they are friendly, quick, and the food is great, no matter what we try. I love the papaya salad, the ginger chicken and the green curry.
Posted by Parkslope Foodie on 01/14/2012
Quick delivery, but I thought the portion was very small so I found it a bit pricy. But the food itself was good, and they have really good shrimp dumplings.
Posted by JL on 12/18/2011
The food is amazing, as is the interior decor of the restaurant. We are happy to have this delicious new restaurant in our neighborhood - we will definitely be going back.
Posted by Michelley on 12/03/2011
If you like real spicy Thai food, this is the place, we had beef with basil and laab, and they were the best I've had in years. Not all sweet, and no weird fillers like carrots and mushrooms. The appetizers are a bit pricy, but tasty. The people are nice. Try it!