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Posted by Anonymous on 06/30/2008
I've been ordering from Thai Market almost weekly for several months. The food is great, and the delivery very quick. I have no issues with the portion sizes. I'm always full after eating their food, and, obviously and pleased enough to keep going back.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/29/2008
Lightning fast service and equal food quality to the restaurant. The delivery guy was at Columbia in five minutes! I'll be buying from them again.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/08/2008
Fresh, yummy food. Quiet, comfortable atmosphere. Lunch special is a great value. I am surprised at all the comments about small portions! Ginger chicken delicious.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/05/2008
Just like everyone else had said, Thai Market gives small, small portions. Everyone's starving after eating "dinner." It's more like we had appetizers! Their lunch is a little bit smaller than their dinner, which I find sad. I don't think it costs an arm to make Thai food. Oh yeah-their prices are too expensive for the portion they give! I would never go there ever again. The people are nice, the good is great, if you wanna feed a child!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/01/2008
We had our food delivered so I cannot comment on the atmosphere. The portions were very small compared to other Thai places in the area for the price. The portions were more like lunch portions. I would hate to see what the portions are like on the lunch menu. I was very disappointed because I had heard so much about what a great place it was. The food was good but you will be hungry!
Posted by k&t on 04/29/2008
the portions are SO TINY! but the food is delicious. didn't try the cocktails, but they looked delicious. we sat at the bar to eat, which turned out to be a great idea. wine selection is good. please, give us more food on our plates, we were still hungry after we finished!
Posted by Columbia Student on 04/27/2008
How are you judging if this is authentic or not? Are you comparing it to other thai food in NYC. Other than too much fish sauce in my som tum the food was pretty darn good and authentic. And though the quantity is not much, neither is the price.The only thing i found odd was the contradiction between atmosphere and wall pictures.