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Songkran

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  • Thai
  • 330 8th Ave, New York NY10001 40.747497 -73.996707
  • (Btwn W 26th & W 27th St)
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  • (212) 239-8792
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User Ratings (Based on 27 reviews)

3.7315
Food 3.8 Value 3.5
Service 3.9 Atmosphere 3.6

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 239-8792
voice
(212) 239-2358
Fax:
fax
(212) 239-2941
Website:
ordersongkrannyc.com
Place Order:
Order From Songkran for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 11:30am-11pm Sat-Sun: 12pm-11pm
Serves:
Dinner
Features:
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Delivery, Lunch, Lunch Special, Online Ordering, Pre/Post Theater, Take Out
Min Delivery:
10

User Reviews

  • Songkran

    Posted by Paula on 03/29/2015

    Good food but Poor Service & Attitude

    Can't say anything negative about the food which was very good. But we were using a Groupon & the staff of 2 were unable or unwilling to help. We came with just the printout but without the bar code & it took over 3 very strong requests for the acting manager to allow us to use their computer to retrieve it. They acted as though they didn't understand English. We asked what we could order under groupon & were given erroneous information. Granted, I should have read the fine print more carefully, but we did ask. Then they gave us 2 dessert menus but only one dessert was included. Okay, but when we ordered we were then told we couldn't order the dessert we chose because it was $1 over the Groupon dessert limit! Bad business considering how poor the communication had been. Bottom line, I would never go back!

  • Songkran

    Posted by misobrilliant on 06/25/2014

    Best and most authentic Thai in NYC!

    There's a new best Thai restaurant in town! Okay first let me preface this review by first disclosing my obsession with Thai food, I have been to Thailand over two dozen times and have tried almost every Thai restaurant in New York, My belief is that Thai food should be a cuisine of its own rather than being relegated to a subset of Asian cuisine. My favorite Thai restaurant used to be Won Dee Siam (location no.1) on 9th Ave, then it was SriPaiPhai in Woodside, Queens. Both of these have been surpassed by the innovative and creative dishes of Songkran. As another reviewer mentioned, this restaurant is under new management as of March 2014 , and the change is refreshing. In fact the only similarity that this new management shares with their predecessor is the name. The staff is attentive piolite and professional. Some definite musts are the Mee Krab (or Mae Grob)- a perfect blend of salty, sweet and spicy. Hands down the best I've ever had, and I've tried a lot of krab in mee [sic] life! Pair that with the pillow soft curry puffs and your apps are set. For entree, I recommend the Sidewalk, which is reminiscent of a dish you can get on the streets of Bangkok - these guys had me at the Mee Krab! If you're brave, I recommend getting this dish "Beef Thai style" - this is not for the faint of heart as it WILL be spicy (you should definitely let the server know your ability to handle spice if you order this. As it normally leaves the kitchen it will burn the taste buds off of most American tongues. If you're still hungry, and want to try a noodle dish, you must try the Drunk Man Noodles. I had heard that this was a popular dish at Songkran, and was fully prepared to be underwhelmed, but the dish is very tasty. That and the Pad Si Eew (nothing ewwy about this dish) - the level of wok smokiness is masterful. To wash down this meal, you can not leave without trying the herbal drinks. The Thai iced tea and coffee are authentic and delicious, but the herbal drinks are homemade and truly unique, I understand that this restaurant has an arsenal of different herbal drinks and since it is home brewed, they will feature only one or two per day. I love a place that considers its drinks as carefully as the meal that it goes with.

  • Songkran

    Posted by Alkan on 12/30/2012

    You must go here

    Best music I've ever heard in a restaurant, very ambient atmosphere, super friendly wait staff, food came quick and was excellent quality. The value is simply excellent. People need to know about this place it was such a great dining experience. Hands down go, try the mango ice cream!

  • Songkran

    Posted by KC on 06/01/2012

    Obsessed with their Crying Tiger

    I've been here maybe about 10 times and every time I order the Crying Tiger. It's so good! Other people I've dined with here have also enjoyed their meals. The restaurant is small but nice.

  • Songkran

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/04/2012

    Inedible

    Inedible! I never write reviews but as I'm writing this I'm crunching on what seems like sand in the blandest pad Thai I have ever ordered, and I have ordered a lot of pad Thai. I'm starving and disappointed. It almost tastes like wet sticks, there is a woody aftertaste, from who knows what. It's absolutely unappetizing and though I've barely eaten all day I can't take another bite. If it weren't delivered, I'd demand my money back. The summer rolls were average though. What a completely annoying waste of $20. Blech!

  • Songkran

    Posted by Rachel on 09/19/2011

    Best in the Area

    Let's be honest, this place would not hold up to any of the Woodside Thai places, or any Thai restaurant that places a premium on fresh ingredients. However, as an office worker in the neighborhood, this is the best we've got and I order from here often. The lunch specials run $9.75 with tax, which is a lot, but the portions are also generous and the food is leaps and bounds ahead of any of the other Thai places close by.

  • Songkran

    Posted by Tom on 05/29/2011

    Great tasting Thai food

    I eat here all the time. I'm trying most of the items on the menu. They're all great!

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