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We visited the 'Hells kitchen' area for food. We stumbled across this little restaurant. We had the dumplings and thai fish cakes to start which were delicious. For main we had thai red curry and a noodle dish, both dishes would really tasty and we...More
We stayed 3 nights in NY and decided to visit this place as it was near by our hotel. Its small and tables are next to each other but food, service and atmosphere was great. We had both soups and they were amazing. Followed by...More
nothing but praise for this place - food was simply beautiful, large portions, and average price, we stumbled across it on a very hot June afternoon looking for somewhere to sit and something "light" to eat.
appetizers and in particular the spicy thai rice was...More
The restaurant is in right in the center of Hell’s Kitchen (9th ave between West 55 & 56th street). If you are visiting and would like to get a sense of where local young and fun crowds hang out, this is the neighborhood to stop...More
Decided to try this joint since we were staying near by.....so glad we did...I have had Thai all around the world and this little neighborhood restaurant had the best Thai I have ever tasted. Complex, sweet, buttery ( never said tat before about Thai food...More
This cozy restaurant in Hell's Kitchen serves decently good Thai food. Although its name implies the specialty in noodle dishes, it serves rice and other Asian stir-fry as well. We had a late dinner that includes papaya salad, Yien Ta Four Pad Hang (stir fried...More
The servers are very friendly, the food was warm and delicious! Nothing comes spicey at all. They give you spices to add to your dish. I loved the crab fried rice and the pad se ew. We also really recommend the fried wontons and spring...More