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Posted by Anonymous on 06/13/2011
Simply the best Thai in Lower Manhattan. Tom Yum is delicios, vegetarian duck, best fried calamari and many more. I'd walk 20 min just to get lunch there. Cannot really comment on their service etc. as I am only interested in what is in my plate.
Posted by J on 03/21/2011
Another day of awful service: food was slow out of the kitchen and the order incomplete. The foods not bad, but the service, sigh, dreadful. The staff is nice so clearly a mgmt issue...
Posted by ann on 11/04/2010
i've been ordering from this place for years. the noodles can either be really great or really bland. but the penang curry is always on point and the best curry i've ever had - better than my mom's honestly!!
Posted by amy on 07/11/2010
Pad thai was dry and flavorless. delivery guy actually yelled and hit his fists against my wall about having to walk up the stairs. Will never, ever order from here again.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/08/2010
I enjoyed their curry puffs and Thai iced tea. The pad kee meo was rather bland and the service wasn't good. They weren't attentive and we had to stare at them to get them to come over. There is no bar only a wine list. I don't think I'd go here again. There are definitely better Thai restaurants
Posted by Knower Of Real Thsi on 03/29/2010
I'm thai... The dishes I ordered, larb gai, cu tew, som tum were excellent!!! Like home cooked Thai... After reading negative reviews,, it us very apparent the writers were more accustom to Americanized Thai food... Borderlining Americanized Chinese food...I go every time I'm in the area in leu of home cooked Thai food... If you know authentic Thai food it is very comparable
Posted by nsb06751 on 12/13/2009
After a quick lookup for Thai restaurants on Yelp while standing on a NYC street, we headed to Thai Angel. The service was fine and accommodating but the food was marginal. The Chicken Panang had no variety of vegetables (just a few peas thrown in) and too little sauce. It was uninspired. The Pad See that was ordered had a better report of good flavor and was a decent portion. The Tom Yum Goong, again nothing of note to make it any better than average. Their specials are not that special in terms of price and it would be nice if the specials included a soup or salad as many other restaurants do for thier lunch specials.