Great Thai place. Came in spontaneously for early dinner! Happy hour: 3 dollar beers! :-) best noodle with chicken ever, der bring style. Loved it! My wife had pork belly and brokkoli. Excellent!
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This is a few steps up from standard Thai, even though the surroundings are modest, and better yet, it's the least expensive and least-crowded Thai place on an avenue that had two Thai restaurants with hour-long waiting lists. The chicken soup (tom kha gai) was...More
The atmosphere remains quite impersonal, but the decoration is modern and design. the restaurant is really small. I was really surprised with vegetable dumplings really tasty. Curry was good but really too copious, and quite spicy.
The food was very good. I often have Pad Thai, but the dish here was much better than most other places I have eaten it in. My friends also enjoyed their choices.
The city was fairly empty on this Satuday afternoon and I had wanted to stop in to have lunch here for some time. I had gotten a take out menu the week before and it looked appetizing. I was seated immediately and given a menu....More
Ate lunch here while attending a conference at John Jay College. Small, narrow restaurant that seats no more than 22 customers at a time. Friend and I both had a lunch special, choice of soup or salad. Soup was just vegetable, not very flavorful. We...More
Staying at the Holiday Inn on 57th Street in Manhattan New York has one advantage, the restaurants and bars on 9th nearby. Across the road from my hotel, a short distance to the right is this Thai restaurant. Tiny space, good spicy Thai cuisine with...More