This little Thai restaurant has some of the best Thai food for its price range. The food is authentic and made of high quality ingredients. The Thai films being played in the background add to the atmosphere. The service is OK, but it seems to be improving.
This is by far the best Thai food I've eaten for this price range, and can probably easily compete with many more expensive restaurants.
The rich menu has something to offer both to "beginners" and to ones who are more experienced with Thai food.
2686 Broadwaybet. 102nd & 103rd Sts.
Manhattan, NY 10025
The dishes sound enticing on the menu, but all of the dishes we had were bad: the soup was bland, the salad was unimaginative and the Sookk Pad Thai was horrible. The ingredients were clearly not fresh: the vegetables felt like they were a week old, the seafood was overcooked and a couple of shrimps were actually turned. A cocktail that was accidentaly served to our table, was transfered to another diner after we sipped from it.