Must try Drunken noodles Pad Thai And tom kha soup.... Quantity is good but the food got cold by the time it was served on the table.. Pricing is on the higher side but I guess its new york!!!
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This place had great atmosphere and took a whilst to be served and for good reason, the food was very good, the Green Curry was not the best i've had but was of a good quality
Went back again a week ago and was highly impressed this time around....the food was excellent this time around. The Tom kha was on point! The satay wasn’t bad either and the basil fried rice was amazing! We asked for everything to be made Thai...More
It was very busy on a Wednesday evening and we worried that we wouldn't find a table but we were lucky and got the last one available. We didn't know what to expect but we were pleasantly surprised. The food was delicious, very traditional and...More
Service is a bit scattered and indifferent but the food is quite good. It is rather dark here. But they have a big menu. And I tried several items like new jean without chili paste. But with shrimp. And chicken and was quite pleased with...More
Behind a somewhat nondescript storefront in the upper East Side, Jay Thai was a pleasant venture for an evening. A little tight-fitting booths, we noticed, but maybe that's just us. Clever combinations of dishes. Can be VERY spicy, but they warn you. Some of the...More
My friend and I love spicy cuisine so we decided to give Jaiya Thai a try. Their menu is quite expansive but most of the dishes including appetizers are also rather expensive. Most of the appetizers cost as much as the entire dinner meal at...More