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Posted by akshay on 02/08/2006
Amazing curry and chicken sate here. and the peanut curry cant be beat. the restaurant itself is just ok . But deff get delivery. the delivery is very fast and the curry is good enough to eat the next day.......
Posted by Robin on 01/04/2006
Great restaurant at a good price. The Drunken noodles were very good maybe somewhat on the greasy side though, I will definitely be hitting the gym tomorrow. The House salad with peanut sauce is very good for $3.50- definitely a good price. All in all a good value considering it is Manhattan...and Midtown.
Posted by justeats on 12/24/2005
Recommend. Curries were excellent. Well portioned.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/25/2005
I discovered this gem of a place completely by accident. Just stumbling by on a cold rainy night and found the cosy ambience and decor very inviting. Its serves great thai food at very reasonable prices. The chef obliged with my request for fried thai broccoli with an excellent dish, for something which was not even on the menu.
Posted by R.B. on 10/20/2005
For starters, the value is tremendous: you get GREAT food for very moderate prices. The food is very well balanced in flavor and spice. The Pra Ron Ron Sung is incredible, maybe the best dish I've ever had....seriously, it's that good! I'm a graduate student and am thus fairly poor, but when I've taken my family from out of town or even the former Dean of my university, the food ALWAYS got very high marks. You can't go wrong. The service is fairly poor, but come on, how many affordable asian restaurants have great or even good service?!
Posted by NYCFoodie on 10/11/2005
The food is wonderful. I've tried the Topaz Fried Rice and the Noodle Curry. Both were outstanding. Its quite cramped but I can accept some discomfort for great food. But I'd prefer to enjoy my lunch without feeling rushed. The servers were quick and courteous and willing to accept modifications to the dishes.
Posted by Paul on 08/12/2005
The service was interesting, as noted by someone below, they really do a good job of making sure your glasses are full and what not but (as also noted below) there is a push to get you out the door quite quick. I am not a vegetarian but my girlfriend is and she was very satisfied with both her amount of choices and the dish she settled on. You can't beat the value which is sometimes a code-word for not-so-great food but not in this case. Definitely more a lunchtime place than anything else. A warning-don't go if you're skittish about sitting super-close to strangers.