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Posted by Anonymous on 05/05/2009
We love Thai Market and order take out religiously for Sunday dinner. The food is great, the value high and the delivery quick. I recommend this restuarant to everyone.
Posted by Rich's Bunnee on 05/02/2009
This place isn't good or bad. We left whelmed and kind of full. The tom yum soup tasted like sea water and the tofu was OK. It might be worth venturing out of UWS and getting good Thai in SoHo/Bklyn.
Posted by anonymous on 04/12/2009
The service from Thai Market has always been poor. I usually order delivery to avoid dealing with the rude servers in the restaurant. However, now the delivery service is terrible. They deliver the wrong order or don't follow your requests and when you tell them they refuse to send another or correct it. You are stuck with eating something you don't want. Furthermore, the food quality is getting worse as well. With so many better restaurants in the UWS, they have lost my business!
Posted by sabrina setlur on 03/23/2009
The food isn't bad and the lunch special is good. But they constantly get deliveries wrong. Forgetting the rice, bringing a different order etc etc. Frustrating.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/11/2009
I used to get takeout from here all the time but recently I've noticed that the quality is starting to decline. The vegetable curry was watered down and the portion size was very small.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/17/2008
This place is surprisingly good for the UWS and can even hold its own with the Thai places downtown. Delivery is very fast and reliable, even when it's frigid or raining outside. I prefer delivery to the very loud and cramped dinner scene at the restaurant, though lunch is more peaceful. Pad thai is consistently very good, panang curry is outstanding, fried brown trout is very good, but Siam duck is too fatty even for duck, though the accompanying mushroom rice is subtle. As for appetizers, the thai market crepe is too sweet and insubstantial, but gu chai with the spicy soy sauce are excellent and often sold out. The tapioca pearl pudding is very nice and the coconut not overpowering.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/13/2008
We go here all the time and love it. Its comparable to the Thai food we've gotten in Jackson Heights, which is supposedly authentic.