Great, authentic food. Slow, awkward service
pak boong fai deng or bust
Spent a month in Thailand eating street food. This place hit the spot. It's Northern Thai and their spice levels are real Thai too: medium is American hot (same as in Thailand). Noms!
Really good, legit Thai food. No joke on the spice/heat!
The drunken seafood noodles and chicken and broccoli dishes were my favorites. Great casual spot with authentic Thai food. Gets spicy!
do: fried chicken, red snapper special, don't: pad Thai
Larb moo, essam sour sausage, morning glory with crispy pork, papaya salad with dried shrimp
The papaya salads are so good I haven't tried anything else.
somtum is sinus clearing spicy. Duck larb is good but steamed shrimp salad is better
The noodle dish just below pad Thai (can't recall the name) is amazing. thick rice noodles with sweet sticky sauce and basil, peppers onions. so good
They do not honor online reservations.
The seafood soup is insane!
Spicy! Very spicy
Excellent Thai food at bargain prices!
Their spicy, is extremely spicy
Their northeastern Thai dishes are good. Also one-plate entrees for pickup are fast and consistent.
$7-14 thai food
Service is rude. Would avoid for this reason alone.
Som tum Thai and duck larb- authentic and some of the best in the city. Music selection can be improved.
Best crispy pork with basil ever.
Too spicy for Raphael Langenscheidt.
Ordered 3 most popular dishes. Everything is way too salty. Very disappointed.
Inexpensive northern Thai food.
Fermented crab salad is mad authentic.
One of the few completely undiscovered gems left on the east side
Pad ped moo korb ftw
First time: veggie duck, papaya salad, duck larb, watercrest, sticky rice. YUM
Pretty good Thai food, most dishes are spicy and more authentic Thai
Great authentic Thai food...
The morning glory is amazing, and the medium spicy papaya salad is phenomenal. So spicy so worth it!
Papaya salad was pretty good. Great authentic spicy Thai food. Love it :)
Pla Goong - steamed shrimp salad with Thai herb and chili lime dressing - Get this bouquet of flavors and spice! Delicious.
Get the Kana Moo Krob, Pad Ped Moo Krob, and Larb Kai.
Fried egg salad, faux duck curry are both craveworthy. They'll kick up the spice for real on som tom if you can handle it.
If you're looking for pad thai, you're out of luck. This place offers up a bunch of authentic Thai dishes with spice levels that'll knock your socks off. The larb is amazing.
excellent Thai in the east village. very spicy though, so be careful!
Excellent Isan Thai dishes are served at this East Village eatery, such as the crispy pok, som tum, and larb salads.
They have Beer Lao (the light version). Get it.
Moo Ping (grilled pork skewer with tamarind fish sauce and chili powder)
Get the Chu Chee Red Snapper - delicious.
This is flavorful Northern Thai cuisine & not your typical curry shop. Get the Kra Pao Moo Krob (crispy pork, basil leaf, white onions, oyster sauce served over white rice) and morning glory as a side
With a focus on unique dishes from the Northeastern Isan Region, this is not your typical Thai place! We come here for a family-style meal. We love the stir-fried clams and fried morning glory!
Get the tom yum seafood soup, Super flavorful!
Food was extra salty :(
Duck laab and morning glory with crispy pork all the way!
Most authentic restaurant in NYC. For anything, ever. Get a Som Tum papaya salad and some larb. But bathrooms are unheated.