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Posted by Anonymous on 10/29/2006
They seem to take their phone off the hook and dont actually deliver, although they say they do. Have had great experiences eating in though. But subpar with phone and delivery.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/15/2006
We love coming here, food is really fresh and really gets to all of your senses. Price is a bargain, especially in this neighborhood with rising prices. Space has a industrial feel to it and is well used, the garden is really great in the summer too. They have concrete blocks in the ground so you can dine sitting on pillows in the grass which offers something different. My favorite restaurant in the neighborhood by far.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/05/2006
Hands down. Cannot agree with the other comment about plentiful good Thai in Park Slope. This place, however, is great and yes it is inexpensive too which just makes it better.
Posted by park sloper on 09/30/2006
I just tried the pad thai yesterday and I thought it was delicious! I live in the area and have tried many local thai spots--which are good, of course, some better than others-- but Song has them beat with their pad thai dish. Y U M !
Posted by troy on 08/19/2006
Totally the best thai ever. No joke. For real.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/15/2006
We just moved into the neighborhood from the east village. We were looking for a local thai place to replace the amazing one we left behind...this is definitely not it. I found it underseasoned and overly greasy. Guess I'll keep looking...
Posted by *J* on 08/04/2006
Song is actually a cousin of Joya, another Thai restaurant located on Court St. in the Carroll Gardens area. The menus are almost exactly the same with a few exceptions that have a more tropical taste-think pineapple. Given its relation (by owner) to Joya, I perhaps unfairly came into the restaurant with very high expectations. For whatever reason, the food just isn't quite the same. This is not to say though, that the place isn't good. It has a range of thai dishes that are in and of themselves, very good - and very affordable. The atmosphere is geared towards urban twenty and thirtysomethings and is great for a date. It can (and reliably does) get crowded and a little loud. The service can be a little slower on especially busy nights. The place is fun, without being overbearing. Great for dinner and drinks.