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Posted by cooksmakemehappy on 08/31/2009
I almost never actively get Thai unless people suggests it. This place, i would order for myself on a week night...very impressed. Obviously, not for big parties, but the place isn't designed for decor or atmosphere.
Posted by Westside on 01/10/2009
Been here many times for eat in and take out and always have a great meal. Dining room is small but the food is worth it. I prefer this Wondee Siam to Wondee Siam II both for food and atmosphere. Pad see ew is great here, and that is hard to find at Thai restaurants.
Posted by HKguy on 11/11/2008
There are more Thai restaurants in Hell's Kitchen than there are Applebee's in NJ. So, how does one choose? I can honestly tell you that I've tried most of them and they range from bad to mediocre with one exception: Wondee Siam. This is the real deal. I never actually eat there, mostly take out - but it stands out as the BEST.
Posted by Real Kon Thai on 10/08/2008
I have been looking all over NYC for real Thai spicy food. I was originated from California and Thai town is the place to get real Thai food. Unfortunately since I moved to NYC, I have not found anything that comes close to that until now. Real good food and cooked by Thai people.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/30/2008
great Thai resturant! Try the kee mao chicken noodles
Posted by Used to live in Bangkok on 02/13/2008
I know good Thai food when I taste it...this is literally the BEST I have had in the States. It's very authentic, and the staff is wonderful. Ask the cook to make you Chu Shee Pla-it is an amazing fish dish. (curry.)
Posted by bobobear on 01/14/2008
Once upon a time I had to venture all the way to 39th street Queens to get homemade-tasting thai food, and then just last month my thai friend suggested this place and its absolutely delicious- almost as authentic as buying noodles from the Chao Praya- If youre thai there's a secret menu all written in the thai language with specials thats not on the regular menu ( maybe it's too spicy for western palates) - So if you have a thai friend ask them to go to wondee siam and you can have a culinary expedition..My favorite is the Pad Kee Mao- very very tasty indeed..