Lotus of Siam echoes the authenticity of Bangkok street food. Located on top of New York City's Washington Square Park, it demonstrates an unparalleled Bangkok stlye. With dishes that emulate a traditional Northern Thai style, it shares an equal attraction to its multifaceted...
Northern larb, short rib noodles, deep fried snapper, Chinese broccoli, tuna app, squid salad were excellent! Duck, green curry were good. Fried rice and bacon wrapped shrimp were disappointing.
The chicken wings are outrageously good
Incredibly bad serviceIncredily overpriced foodDo yourself a favor and go have Thai ANYWHERE else for a 5th of the price and it will taste the same. true story.
Try the Koong Sarong, it's delicious
Northern larb is a standout. Short ribs also very good. Papaya salad doesn't compare to Sripraphai. Prawns with heads are nothing special.
Service here is horrendous! The food is good. Portion sizes are small. Did I mention that the service is terrible?
Prices are good and portions are nice size.. Let's you try many different things.. Check out their wine list, amazing!! A+ all across the board
Try the deep fried whole snapper for 2.
If you've been to the spot in LV, you already know. The food is just as delicious as it is there, but the distinguishing difference is in it's much smaller portions and higher prices.
Sea bass is great.
Liked: Vegetable spring rolls, crispy rice. Avoid: pad Thai, beef salad (sauce too heavy). Service was good.
I heart that has great food & a very thoughtfull, food friendly wine list. Ma can you believe it the news came all the way to Limassol, Cyprus.IT MUST BE GOOD!!!!!!!
Try the Soft Shell Crab Drunken Noodle- out of this world! Doesn't even need the noodles, I'd swap them for another crab in a heartbeat.
Best pad see ew in Manhattan.
Try the Massaman Chicken Curry
Try something from the seafood/meat section of the menu, it's amazing!
Kittichai has better Thai food, but if you're already committed, get the short rib entree and a nice bottle of meursault
The Northern Larb is super good, and the heat hits you after you finish eating. HOT!
The white wine blend is terrible
One word - larb!
Loved the green curry which I order at every Thai spot to test them out. Friends had the soft-shell crab, sea bass and duck - all rave reviews. Bacon wrapped shrimp eggrolls were tasty but small.
Trek to Queens for cheaper, authentic, tastier food. Nam prik was too spicy and unbalanced, lard na was salty, issan larb gai was pretty good. I liked the water chestnut dessert. Music was too loud.
Issam larb is the best on menu. Fish cakes were oily, greencurry was overly coconuty, and the custard and sticky rice was stale.
Try the Spring Rolls
Try the Pineapple Fried Rice
went yesterday (sunday dinner time) and it was closed. what gives?
where to eat 2011 ?
After dating your beautiful sister in Vegas (an amazing woman!) I wanted to love you too. Yes, you were spicy, but you sure were an expensive date - and your service was definitely less friendly...
I love tom yam!!!! Awesome =D
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