Wonderful Thai food without pretense. Simple setting, attentive prompt service make for a very pleasant inexpensive dining experience.
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We had a big family group and they set us up at a long table, so even though this place is small, we were very comfortable. The service was personable and friendly. I got the ginger martini and my son got a lychee martini, which...More
This is by no means a high end restaurant, but the food was delicious. The service was average and the place really has no atmosphere, but if you just want to grab a quick bite of some really good Thai food, go here.
We ended up here while exploring 5th avenue. We had eaten nothing but pizzas and burgers the last 4 days because of a wedding we were covering, and were dying for some kick to our taste buds. Well kick we got. The pad thai spring...More
Excellent service- decent menu- fair price-tables are very small large portion- Trip advisor wont let me post this unless I say more and I have no more to say
I have been to this Spice locations a few times in hopes that it was a fluke for the service to be so bad and the food to be so average. I have come to the conclusion that this Spice in particular needs a staff...More
Four of us had an excellent meal on a rainy evening in August. HIghly recommended, and close to The Lucerne Hotel where we stayed.
I have eaten at this Upper West Side restaurant several times with local friends as well as visitors from out of town, including Europe. We have never been disappointed in the Thai/Asian-Fusion cuisine, the creative drinks menu or the quietly friendly, if sometimes slow, very...More
The food was nice the menu was a good selection , the seating was nice and the view is fantastic . the staff are very friendly and also the prices on the foods are very nice .