Tasteful, authentic & flavorful! We had a great time here and enjoyed our meal. Serving was nice, food was wonderful. Glad we discovered this place :)
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I wonder why customers feel bad that the restaurant charge for a bowl of rice. This is not a fast food Chinese food! This is also in Tribeca, not Chinatown, be realistic. If you can't pay for a bowl of rice, then don't eat rice....More
This small Asian restaurant (specializing in Thai cuisine) is very close to the One World Observatory and the 09/11 Memorial. We walked around a while looking for something to eat before visiting the Observatory, and it wasn't easy to find a restaurant that looked interesting...More
This is a favorite spot of mine when I'm in the neighborhood. It has a very relaxed atmosphere and is a great late night spot for Asian fusion food. They have an extensive menu with great vegetarian and vegan options, plus traditional items. Nice staff...More
We were in the neighborhood on business and ducked in for a quick lunch. My husband was a bit concerned as it is a tiny, crowded place that he guessed (correctly) would either be great or terrible. Happily it was great. The thai curry was...More
Great Vietnamese restaurant with extensive menu. The restaurant has liquor license, so do forget Lao beer.
It's a crammed little place at lunchtime, but it's worth it if you can get a table. The menu is a mix of Asian cuisines and most of the lunch specials are under $10. My pad thai was very good. My companion had a red...More
We tried this restaurant only because we were tired and we didn't want to walk anymore after a very long day. Being near our Hotel, we thought this could work well for us. Surprise! Food was incredible and probably it deserves a 10 mile walk...More
Very friendly service (when I entered the restaurant, the whole staff said "hi, how are you?"), EXCELLENT PRICE, delicious food. I would certainly go back there!
Delicious Thai/Indian/Vietnamese in such a small (& *spotless*) storefront that seats can be hard to get – at such ‘reasonable’ prices that office-workers should – but don’t always – mob it. I've been a HUGE fan of MAM for at least a decade BEFORE 9/11...More