- deborah May 11, 2001 04:40 PM
Eh. I went there for the third time last night, and I still can't see what all the fuss is about. I had a thai-style spring roll to start, which was actually very tasty, but my main course--shrimp in peanut curry--was too heavy on the Skippy, not sufficiently spicy, and tossed with ho-hum vegetables. My last two visits were similarly unilluminating, food-wise. Am I missing something?
Yeah, you're missing good Thai food!
Get ye to Sripraphai (64-13 39 ave near Roosevelt Avenue, Woodside, queens, 718-899-9599 )!
Check out Cheers Restaurant on Metropolitan Avenue instead. Much better food and the owner Joy is, well, a joy. You can avoid the attitude, poor service and they have a garden. I highly recommend Cheers.
re: Michael M
I agree that a restaurant which claims to be serving both Thai and Chinese food in New York is probably doing neither style particularly well. That said, genuine Thai Chinese food is spectacular, and if there were any restaurant in New York making genuine Thai Chinese food, I would go as soon as possible.