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Posted by Anne on 03/24/2008
I ordered the Goi Cuon and the Banh Hoi Thit Bo Lui. The rolls were tasty (even with the non typical honey sauce) but the noodles with the beef were not done authentically Vietnamese, that was a pity.
Posted by On Curry on 03/10/2008
Speed and price are both commendable but for those who love Thai curry, be prepared because the rice offered with the curry is truly small. Other than that, the pad thai is not so tasty nor really authentic. Have your rice ready for the order of curry!
Posted by FABULOUS! on 11/12/2007
I've only been to a few Thai restaurants, but the food I had here was the best of almost ANY restaurant I've been too. I had the Siamese Shrimp, just absolutely delicious. The dessert was called Green Tea, just GET IT (the a la carte serving which is bigger and better) and don't ask any questions, it is WONDERFUL. ) I can't wait to go back to NY, to go to the Seeda Thai II. went with 2 friends and we were all blown away by the food and ambience, the service was a little slow to start but turned out fine. It's a convenient midtown West side location.
Posted by Lorenzo on 01/30/2007
I couldn't tell you enough about this restaurant. It is not only the best thai restaurant I've been to but it is also all around the best restaurant. The prices are inexpensive and the quality of food is excellant. The atmosphere is cozy and unpretencious. The place has a lot of history. I've been to restaurants in Thailand and Vietnam and it is better than the rest.
Posted by Janet on 01/24/2007
Whenever we are in this area of Manhattan, we always eat here and have been doing so for over 20 years. The food is always cooked to perfection, and any menu item we have ever had has been delicious. We are definitely partial to the Three Happiness and always look forward to Thai iced tea and mango (in season) with sticky rice. The personnel are always friendly, and we find the atmosphere very relaxing. The price is a great bargain, too. Simply a great place to eat Thai!
Posted by disappointed :( on 10/16/2006
I recently moved to the area and craved some Vietnamese food (I'm part Vietnamese and have grown up on some good food!). This restaurant had great reviews, so I tried it. This restaurant clearly started out Thai and only tacked on a few Vietnamese dishes to try to take advantage of Miss Saigon. The dish I had, the "bun nem neuong" was nothing like the meals I had at home. It was basically noodles, pork, and sauce. Not even any pickled daikon or carrots! the pork was slighty sweet cooked pork, not like the pork meatballs taht are grilled to a sweet crisp in authentic cooking. If you do here, pass the Vietnamese and stick to the Thai.
Posted by shopping girl on 01/15/2006
food pretty good, not the best pad thai but not bad either, we never knew who the real server was we had about 6 and they pretty much rushed us quite a bit and it was a monday! value was ok too, Atmosphere was all about the famous people who ate there.