I always love eating here whenever I am in Queens. Great food and reasonable price. Just be ready to come early to avoid the line waiting to be seated. But its simply one of my fave.
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This is a restaurant where a lot of Thai go, which is always a good indication. Inside the place is furbished in a very simple way, nothing special, but the garden is fairytale like in the evening. The food is served swiftly and everything tastes like it should, no complaints there. In fact we were so satisfied we went back... More
I'm a little skeptical about a restaurant (or any business for that matter) that is cash only simply because it makes me wonder if they are paying their fair share of taxes. That aside, the food was plentiful and delicious, and the restaurant was very clean and nice. We sat inside because it was a fairly hot day, but they... More
Never disappoints! We always order the satay and chicken curry puffs to start, followed by massaman curry and coconut rice, leaving some room to experiment the other excellent dishes such as drunken noodles (spicy), beef with oyster sauce, pineapple fried rice... They have a very pleasant garden in the back. Service is efficient and friendly enough. Remember they only accept... More
I have lived in NYC for six years and love all kinds of cuisines. When NYC visitors ask me for a restaurant recommendation, I send them to SriPraPhai. Enough said! The menu has a huge variety of options, I have tried a lot of them and have never been disappointed. If you want to try an authentic dish that is... More
The restaurant was nice and clean. The servers are efficient and the food comes fast. The fried Chinese watercress salad and the drunken noodle were excellent. The yellow curry was on the sweet side. The price is somewhat higher that other Thai restaurants in Queens but worth it !!
A great local place that serves good food at a great price. Great atmosphere Good Service Huge variety on menu This is very popular so be prepared to wait for a table.....but worth the wait.
I have seen SriPraPhai on multiple lists as one of the top rated Thai restaurants in NYC, and I happen to agree. The Coconut chicken soup, Pad Thai, Pad See-Ew, Drunken Noodles, Green curry and plenty more are all delicious and reasonably priced. They just have a really extensive menu, including their drink selection, and are at the right price... More
We went as a family to celebrate Grandma's 82nd birthday. The service was quick, food was excellent, and portion size was perfect. I would've given it 5 stars if they hadn't forgotten one of the dish we ordered. The kids enjoyed their chicken rice and fried chicken. The Beef was wonderfully spicy and the soft shell crab was so fresh.... More
If you're tired of the race to the bottom in Asian food in the city, just a short distance over the queensboro bridge (or a short ride on the #7 train) and you'll find incredible high quality, wonderfully prepared thai food. the names of the dishes on the menu are a little lost in translation, but that belies the great... More
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