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Posted by Pen on 03/03/2011
The food wasn't good, and I wasn't even looking to be impressed. The papaya salad tasted like it had been made the day prior. I didn't even like the pad thai. It was a little too sweet, the veggies in it were not fresh, no herbs, and served without a slice of lime. It's weird for a thai restaurant not to get that staple dish right.
Posted by foodfinder on 01/12/2011
I've eaten here at least 10 times, mostly for lunch, and its always been fabulous. The lunch special is amazing both in price, quantity and quality. This is some of the best Thai food I've had in NY. The standard dishes are terrific, and when we went for dinner we tried some of the more exotic selections and they blew us away. Food is extremely fresh and with the minimum amount of oil. Each dish has its own distinctive taste. The service has always been lovely.
Posted by chesmi on 12/20/2010
Tiny Thai has great food, good service and good atmosphere. For all you bland food eaters, Thai and Indian food is spicy, period. I'm sick of reading reviews about people complaining about the food from both of these countries, being too spicy. Don't ever visit either place cause you'd starve particularly in India even if you tell them you don't want it spicy!
Posted by Camilla on 10/25/2010
Ordered a takeout. The place itself looked cute so we decided to give a try. I wish we didn't. The chicken was bland and tasteless while teriyaki sauce was hardly edible. Very disappointed.
Posted by DavisL on 09/07/2010
Having lived downtown and surrounded by great thai places for 5 years, I've been searching for a place on the UES that can deliver great pad thai. Tiny Thai was fast and delicious. Definitely the best delivery of pad thai on the UES.
Posted by Korean Fatboy on 08/09/2010
I thought I would try this place since they stated on their menu that it had the "The Best Pad Thai". I had better!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/23/2010
Very surprised to see any negative reviews. I have been to every thai place on the east side from 6th street to 100th street and this is one of the top two. The upper east side, particularly, this is the best. Prices are decent. I order 1-2x per week since it opened, rarely eat in though so can't comment too much on service but it's also been good for the 6 or so times we've eaten there.