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Posted by anonymous on 04/20/2012
we went to this restaurant on a saturday night. it was jam packed and we had to wait for table. we were told it would be about 20 minutes so we decided to sit at the bar and order a few drinks. the waitress came by and asked us what to drink. we said we would look at the list first adn then decide. she seemed to be upset by this and we didn't understand why. she did bring us the drinks eventually but throughout the time we were at the bar, she was so petulant. we were so relieved when we finally got our table.
Posted by vasian25 on 03/27/2012
I thought it was clever to have menu like newspapers. The interior is fun and the food is great!
Posted by NYSOHA on 12/26/2011
So we were all excited to order from them and were very disappointed that they refused to deliver above 121 street....even tho we are 3 blocks away from their cut off line and right on Broadway....they said it was too far....Otherwise, this place is one of the better Thai food in the neighborhood.
Posted by Local Jen on 08/18/2011
I have traveled extensively in Thailand and Thai Market is the first local restaurant in NYC (that I have been too) that actually serves spicy dishes and will even fulfill your request to make 'em extra spicy if you like it like that. This place is my family's go to "take-in" place when we are lazy or the place that we bring friends to eat at if we are going out in the neighborhood.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/08/2011
Thai Market's food is spicy and fresh quite unlike the typical, sugary Thai food I have experienced in NY.
Posted by MET on 06/06/2011
This restaurant has fantastic dishes- the salmon with curried rice is delicious, the Siam Duck is cooked perfectly. You can get Thai pork sausage, a favorite of mine that I don't often find. The Kow Pad Poo is very good, so is the Sen Mee Neau Peuy. For the less adventurous, even the Pad Thai has more depth of flavor than most of what you can find in the city. The only dish that falls flat is the Pra-Ram, which is watery, and more sweet than peanutty. It's oddly out of place on this menu. The dishes are consistently of the same quality (so important). The worst thing about Thai Market, is that they don't open on time, and they quite frequently close early- maybe a half hour to an hour early. Delivery often stops maybe 45min to an hour before the delivery time on the menu. They're not exactly polite about it. So call before you leave so that you don't schlep there to find them closing.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/15/2011
Excellent local Thai option!