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Reviews from nymag.com
Posted by Ryan R on 03/02/2012
I love his place and can't believe that there a few negative reviews on here. They have a great menu and every dish is solid. I eat here a few times each week and am never disappointed. Good prices and friendly service.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/27/2010
Just talked a friend into going there, found it online, and was embarrassed!! Mediocre, tasteless food. Fyi, BYOB policy is each person has to eat $15 worth of food plus corking fee.
Posted by Roxanne on 10/05/2010
Really good food, nice atmosphere, great service, great prices and BYOB. Can't beat it!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/05/2010
I've been to most of the thai places in the east village/LES, and I can't find one that beats Sticky Rice. The best part is clearly the BYO aspect, and I've had many a great celebration dinner here. But the added bonus is that the food is really, really good. While most of the dishes are good to great, Sticky Rice stands head and shoulders above other places with their curries. Unreal. I also love the atmosphere, with the cushioned round booths -- very homey. Service is a little slow, but for BYO AND delicoius food, you can't beat it.
Posted by anonymous on 06/11/2010
This evening I ordered two dumpling starters, two entrees, one green chicken curry (tasted like old socks) and one Duck panang curry described as: Panang Curry choice of braised duck or jumbo shrimp braised with red curry paste, fresh green peppercorn, fine julienne lime leaf and coconut sauce 15.95. It arrived with two huge pineapple rings, 8 lycees and dozens of cherry tomatoes, no lime leaf or pepper cornsin sight. It was not what I was expecting and I actually thought they had sent a miss order. When i tried to reason with the man at the end of the telephone he said he would re cook it without the fruit, he implied that I had no idea about Thai cooking and that if he put everything on the menu that was in the dishes it would be the size of a book. I told him not to bother and have resigned myself to a $45 mistake. There are far better Thai restaurants in the Lower East Side.
Posted by Taos on 04/27/2010
They give a discount with your museum ticket but it's not needed since it's very reasonable with large portions. We had a special duck that was fantastic as was the massaman curry. I found their "mild" to be hotter than other Thai places but still enjoyable even for someone with a wimpy palate like me. Appetizers were a work of art!
Posted by anonymous on 01/03/2010
worst service. they know nothing about food or hospitality. we actually left during the appetizers after having been asked to move twice b/c they couldn't get their seating situation together. you'd think they'd be embarrassed about that, but they were rude and told US we were being problematic. these people definitely do not know how to run a restaurant.