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Posted by Mark on 03/10/2014
Sriracha is a great addition to the neighborhood. This location used to be many different restaurants. We are so excited that we finally have a decent Asian restaurant here. Came here a few times, food is always delicious and reasonable priced. favs are Laksa soup and pork belly buns, must try those. Service are very friendly and attentive, sometimes food takes a little longer, but it definitely worth the wait. Decor in the restaurant is beautiful, with great music, very good spot for dates and hang outs. Highly recommend Sriracha!!!
Posted by ELMB on 12/31/2013
We tried 8 small plates. I can safely say the Coca Colas were good. The food was not. The Thai fishcakes were truly like rubber balls that were squished and fried. No flavor and unchewable. All other dishes we tried were all well below average. There was a shrimp one that at least did taste like shrimp though the breading was dripping oil. I guess if you drink enough alcohol, the food might seem better. Stay away from this sub par place.
Posted by AnjJ on 11/21/2013
We went in on a Thursday night. My friend had the Tom Yum soup and I had the Malaysian Curry Soup. Both were spicy and delicious, with very fresh shrimp. The waiter was very sweet and attentive, though that was all we had, didn't even order drinks. He was just really nice and gracious. The booths are comfy and the decor is attractive. So hopefully they have worked out the kinks since the earlier reviews.
Posted by Jen on 10/01/2013
I ate here within the first week or two of opening, the service was slow, the wait staff was friendly but the information they had/provided was spotty. I asked about delivery (not available), take out menu (not available) and the hostess was a bit unfriendly. Alot of us rely on delivery and take out after a long work day. Food.. I had the roti twice, both times it was very greasy and the 1st time there was no meat and no potatoes in the curry. Beef Rendang was very good. Chicken Satay was undercooked. Wait staff needs to understand the menu, understand the neighborhood and the clientele.
Posted by Don Perrott on 09/28/2013
I have been to this restaurant three times now as it's fairly new on the Upper East. The first was a great experience, but sadly the next two were bitterly disappointing. This is a restaurant that puts take out orders above those dining in the restuarant and the service was awful - the food took 45 minutes to arrive and when it did, it was mostly cold and came at different times. Pretty much the same deal the next time we were there. But the worst was when I called to reserve a table for 10 people for 8pm only to get a call 15 minutes before we were due to sit down saying that they had given the table away. I think this place has potential but caveat emptor.