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Sea Thai Bistro
Posted by Anonymous on 05/17/2010
The food here was great as well as the ambiance. It was a bit crowded and the waiter wasn't very attentive but I would definitely return
Posted by Anonymous on 03/26/2010
do not order out from this restaurant. the woman taking the orders speaks little to no english and is impossible to deal with. youd be better ordering out from a place that understands english.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/25/2010
Bartender not so nice but the mojitos were... The fried rice& the lettuce cups are great but don't ask 4 duck sauce lol
Posted by Ashleyyy on 03/01/2010
Awesome place. Not really expensive. I enjoyed the atmosphere. The scenery is perfect. Bathrooms are unique but could be a bit cleaner. Overall I had a great time.
Posted by JOjo on 02/19/2010
Been going to Sea for a few years now. Its always a treat! We plan our outings to Williamsburg accordingly. Really great appetizers, nicely presented. Delicious pad thai. Very flavorful. Really cool "club" atmosphere. the Seating while u wait is pretty neat e.i. chairs hanging from the ceiling, as are the Pods in the bathroom area. The staff is a bit slow, but its worth the wait, and u can take in ur surroundings! Def my fav place for thai food. and the best thing? reasonably priced!
Posted by Megan on 01/30/2010
I love this restaurant but find it really hard to communicate with the staff to place delivery orders in the evening. It's because it's so loud in the place that they can't hear me and I can't hear them on the phone. If they were on seamlessweb or grubhub I would order more often from them because it would be so much easier that way. Like last time I ordered a crispy "seafood" salad and they sent me a ceasar salad. Honest mistake (it was good and came in a flash) but I was looking forward to the seafood.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/19/2010
I've been going to Sea since it opened -- both at the original E. Village site and in Williamsburg. The Pad Thai was always serviceable, the curries were okay and the drunken noodles were one of my favorite entrees. Admittedly, usually the draw was decor and mood, rather than food. It has a combination of low prices and trendy digs that naturally appeal to its desired demographic. Which brings me to my next point -- Sea/Williamsburg definitely does not want anyone with kids. We went to Sea last night early in the evening with our toddler and was told that they did not have any high chairs or booster seats...in the entire restaurant. Now that Sea Brooklyn is a bridge and tunnel destination, they can discriminate against people who actually live in the neighborhood, love Thai food and happen to have a little kid or two.