Tucked away little restaurant. Very good food, kind service and less crowded than the Quarter. If you are in the mood for something not typically cajun or creole, a great stop.
We ate at this restaurant our last night in New Orleans. I had the Pad Thai and it was the best Pad Thai dish I have ever had. It was a little pricy as most of the New Orleans restaurants are. The service was very good and the atmosphere was outstanding.
I did take out, when i open the lunch box, the spring roll source all over the rice and the roll. The chicken is ok but the noodles soup test awful, that older lady calling everyone baby lol i can not hold my laugh , will not go back there. The prize in that area is average but its food... More
This is a very pleasant little Thai restaurant, with a lot of seafood ingredients that you associate with New Orleans (crawfish, catfish), but not necessarily with Thai cuisine (except for shrimp). We had a duck dish, crawfish curry, and tofu over rice noodles. All 3 dishes were really good, and reasonably priced. (Almost every mian dish was $15 or less,... More
We thoroughly enjoyed our dinners although their scale of spicy hot is much higher than other Thai restaurants I've visited. However, I'm a wimp so getting the mild Pad Thai was perfect. Another person got the medium yellow curry and was unable to finish it, even with a generous helping of rice; he likes spicy so he was surprised. The... More
Authentic Thai food. The dishes here are excellent, especially the Phad Thai. The size of the dishes is great also.
Had a business dinner at Singha...started with a beer of the same name (great), some tom yum soup (really great) and then a beef entree (not so great - I didn't care for the sauce and the beef was a little tough). Excellent waitstaff and a very nice atmosphere.
This is an excellent Thai restaurant, very easily passed by on Carondelet, just about a block off Poydras, which runs parallel to Canal Street. It is a fairly small restaurant, but the staff is very friendly and couteous. The restaurant has a full bar. My family ordered three dishes to share, including chicken fried rice, thai salad, pork rice noodles,... More
When you tire of the po-boys and muffalettas and gumbo (okay, maybe you never tire of them, but you're just looking for something different), Singha Thai is a small restaurant tucked just off Poydras that's worth a try. Lunch was busy, mostly with locals from the surrounding workplaces. If I worked in the area, I'd be there often - a... More
This is your basic lunch joint that can grind out meals fast and fresh. And it's a welcome alternative for a quick CBD lunch (Central Business District) They really do buy super cheap cuts of meat, though. This is the only asian restaurant where I've noticed it so prominently. Not just in New Orleans...the world. The chicken and beef is... More
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