I ordered vegetarian duck with basil sauce. Although it's a little salty and spicy, it's very delicious. If you have a big group, ask the waiter to let you sit upstairs, where is spacious and quiet.
Skip the pumpkin red curry. Stick with the recommended dishes indicated on the menu.
Decent food at low prices, but extremely slow service on a fairly quiet Sunday night. Worth keeping in mind if you're in any rush.
Ordered the fried calamari and the pad kee mao. The calamari was served piping hot and was fried to perfection. The pad kee mao was very well seasoned.
Green curry was too watery
Food is not that great, but they usually have tables when other places nearby are busy. Don't get the Jungle curry - get the Massaman, Rendang or Pad See Eil instead. It is however, cheap.
Don't miss the crab fried rice or the yum crispy duck. Ever.
Came based on good things I heard about the oxtail soup. Maybe it was a bad batch but I was extremely disappointed. Much too fatty and the smell was awful. I felt so bad for leaving half of it.
Loud as hell on a busy night, but the line is shorter than other nearby Thai joints and food is authentic.
Good larb. Decent curries.
Pad thai and pad kee mao. Great flavors, although on the saltier side, and really hit the spot.
Fresh thai food.. Veggie eggplant was good without too much sauce or salt, som tum also quite fresh without overpowering fish sauce salty taste. But not as spicy as I like.
This place is past it's prime, Ox Tail soup was not great.
Pad kee mao.
Best home cooking I've had in New York. No frills here, but the food is on point. Panang curry. tom yum koong, and Thai beef jerky are my go-tos
Once this was the best thai in Manhattan but it has long since been eclipsed by Zabb Elee, Larb Ubol, Somtum Der and others. Still, good for some unusual dishes (khao soi, anchovy rice)
No joke. Waited over an hour for food because they were busy serving gone large party upstairs and take out orders. Multiple parties left while we waited...
Great service, tasty menu. Mmmm
You could skip this place. Ordered chix pad thai for lunch - got stale chewy flavour less noodles.
Great food, great service, great prices. Unmissable!
Everything was excellent! Really good Thai food!
Get the Massaman!
So so so so good
Maybe this used to be good. Not anymore.
Oxtail soup! Delicious for the winter time. Tangy and spicy.
Come with a friend and split the Pad See Eil and the Kao Soi. Don't forget the Thai Iced Tea!
They had me at crispy pork with brocolli and the Ox tail soup. They are amazing.
BuzzFeed says: "Oxtail soup for $11.99...truly spicy, exciting Thai food can be hard to find in Manhattan, but this is the real deal. Herbs, chilis, fish sauce, tamarind, lime etc."
Awesome Thai food and friendly staff. Reserve a table on Groupon Reserve to get 25% off. Great value!
Amazing Thai. Best in HK.
I'm a huge-ass Thai fan and when I say the curry puffs here are little fried drops of heaven U take my word for it. Padthai is good too. A bit to the sweeter side. Thai iced coffee is super chill.
Very good food. I had one of the crispy duck dishes very unique and tasty although i thought the sauce was too watery. Massaman curry was also very good but on the sweeter side.
Crispy duck and oxtail soup. that's the way to go
Delicious, extremely fair prices, no decor - come for the tastes, not the scene
Solid Thai for around $10. They take cards now too.
The ox tail soup is the best soup in the world, especially when its cold out. I still dream of it.
smells funny but food gud
My to go place for pad Thai. The sauce is amazing!
Got the Tom Kha Noodle which was a sweet and mild creamy coconut milk chicken noodle soup. Their Pad Thai is different from what I'm used to but still good. The Pad See Eil looked delicious.
Tasty! Order the duck and the Pad Lee Mao.
Love there food... best Thai in New York City!!!
Seriously good, really authentic Thai, with menu options you won't find anywhere else in the city. And ignore the other tips: they DO accept credit cards, not cash only.
Go straight for oxtail soup. Look no more. Recommended by a Thai foodie as one of the most authentic Thai in city.
Not the best Thai food in the city but they do a decent rendition of the Northern Thai specialty khao soi.
Some of the best Thai in the city - and they finally take cards!
The papaya salad is quite nice, pork in basil not so much