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Posted by Anonymous on 12/03/2011
... Not so much anymore. I think flavors are generally good but have had too many orders go wrong.
Posted by anon on 08/16/2011
95 minutes for delivery and the food was cold undercooked noodles and overcooked chicken. Just sad and depressing.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/24/2011
Always good and satisfying! For some weird reason though they're always out of the summer rolls... The noodles and the curry puffs are always a hit,
Posted by Burgy Burg on 06/12/2011
I ordered delivery dinner for 2. Salad, Shrimp Pad Thai, Red Curry Chicken, and soup. The salad was of generous proportion, but they didn't include dressing. The shrimp pad thai had 3 shrimps in it, but was otherwise delicious, the soup was good, a little over limed, but totally edible! The Curry was perfect, yummy and had all the right ingredients plenty of chicken and veggies! Delivery was fast! They forgot our 2 thai iced teas completely. I'm not sure if they charged us for them, and I didn't care to battle it out and have drinks 20 minutes after I finished my dinner. So I left it alone, would've liked to know what they would do in that situation, but didn't have the patience to find out. Overall I'd say they're okay, and the food was good not as "cheap" as people are claiming, seemed the same as everywhere else in williamsburg. I know Lily Thai is the best thai in williamsburg, I'd recommend just going there, it's 4 or 5 block walk from this place and I think it's worth it!
Posted by Steve on 09/13/2010
Just as my title says, this is the best Thai food in the neighborhood, and that says a lot, considering how many Thai places there are. Unfortunately, as tasty as the dishes are, the portions are small, especially in the Yum (traditional) dishes, so you wind up ordering 2 dishes if you have any kind of a decent appetite, making the meal twice as expensive. Not sure if this was the owners' intention, but it's hard to eat such small portions of what is so succulent. It might be good as a "pre-" or "post-" meal, but then ultimately you will compare it to whatever your "main course" is, and be disappointed. If they increase the portion size, this would be the best Thai restaurant period (and probably it would be filled to capacity every night), but as is it's just a tease of what really good Thai food can be.
Posted by anonymous on 06/17/2010
I love Thai food and I have tried so many Thai restaurants in Williamburg area. If you're looking for tasty Thai food, I recommend this restaurant. I like their Tom Yam Koong and their thai fried rice. Most of the time the delivery is pretty quick. But recently, I found that sometimes the waitress is not very friendly. Anyways, give yourself a try!! You will like it
Posted by Anonymous on 04/17/2010
The food here is way too oily. I was expecting great Thai based on the reviews but most of the reviews on here are from 2 years ago so maybe they have a new cook. I oredered the Pad Se Ewe and it was doused in oil. Same with the Vegetable Dumplings which wereishy with... you guessed it: oil. Wasn't very cheap either, paid $14 for both. I don't plan on ordering here again which is a shame because it's only 2 blocks from my apt. And hence very convenient.