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Posted by Bangkokboy on 07/12/2005
I think all the people who rave about the food here are either addicted to the smokey oil flavor or don't have a clue... Real authentic Thai food aren't this oily.
Posted by Camille on 07/06/2005
There's no better Thai restaurant than Sea! If you want a cozy spot, try the one in the city. Otherwise, the one in Williamsburg is a better choice if you're looking for a larger, more lively atmosphere. The ambience and menu are the same at both --- I highly reccommend the Samed Pad Thai, I get it almost every time I go there. Don't forget to try the Tup Tim Fritters or the calamari as an appetizer, they won't let you down. The flavored iced teas and martinis are great too, and if you have room for a rich dessert, end your meal with the Molten Chocolate Cake. Anybody who says they don't like Sea, doesn't like REAL Thai food.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/18/2005
You know, I really was excited to go here. The line was long, a lot of people seemed happy (and lucky) to be there. But then the food came and, well, I tried 4 different entrees of my friends and they were all blah. 4 dishes and nothing stood out?! Too much hype, no delivery on the food.
Posted by Becky B. on 06/02/2005
Absolutely delicious. If you eat in, the presentation is gorgeous. Everything on the menu is unbelievably good. I almost feel like they put smack in the food, because I am hopelessly addicted to it. The Paptong Fritters and Curry Puff appetisers are amazing. Drunk Man Noodle is the best noodle dish I have ever had. If you want to have a blue flame poured over your food, order Volcanic Chicken and impress the ladies. The curries are all amazing, my fav is the green. Their Pad Thai is lackluster, but with so many amazing dishes on the menu, why on earth would you order Pad Thai? The staff are warm and lovely, but I used to live upstairs from this restaurant so they know me. The best thing that ever happened to Second Avenue.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/26/2005
First time eating thai food and the experience was good. The service is wonderful and the food is tasty. The price is just right.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/10/2005
This is clearly the best Thai food in the city. I have never had a disappointing dish here, and usually I'm so amazed at the quality (and price!) of the food, I'm tempted to come back the next day. I recommend the dumplings and green papaya salad for starters, and for the entree either Pad Thai or any of the curries. If you don't feel like carbs, try the Samet Pad Thai (it's noodle-less and one of my personal favorites). The restaurant is tiny, however, so don't talk about anything you wouldn't want your neighbors to hear!
Posted by Edgar on 02/19/2005
I went here for the first time today and I know it will not be my last. You have to catch the lunch special between 11:30 and 3:30 and get the free starter with your meal. My girlfriend got the Pad Thai with shrimp and spring rolls for $7. One of the best pad thai I've ever had and the spring rolls were fab. I decided to get the Drunk Man Noodles with beef and dumplings for $6. Those drunk man noodles were good and spicy.