1160 Polk St, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9410937.787459 -122.420014
Neighborhoods: Civic Center, Northeast
Cool – This is a great place to get a late night bite to eat if you're a night owl like me. Also if you're busy with work or what not, this place also delivers into the wee hours. My favorite items are the duck curry and the fried chicken. The Panang with rice is also quite filling if you've got the munchies, heh.
Not too shabby – I've heard of honest constructive criticism, but some of the reviewers of this place are just down right slandering. I agree with them that some of the earlier reviews may seem a bit suspicious as if they were written by friends of the the restaurant, but actually 'paying' people to write reviews is an exaggeration. Don't get me wrong, the place does have its flaws but people shouldn't act like jerks and write rude, insulting, and unrealistic comments. Just be honest. The food is not the greatest, but it's decent. The service people can be hard to communicate with at times due to language barriers, but they are genuinely friendly. The setting could use a bit more lighting as it is a bit too dark for my tastes, but I like how it's roomy. There are ups and downs to all places. A good review points out all the aspects.
nice atmosphere – I like the way the restuarant is set up. Very new age. The food is good and the service is very friendly.
is this the same restaurant? – I read the other reviews, and I don't know that I went to the same restaurant (providing that they weren't written by paid goons, which I actually suspect from the writing).
On Polk? Second story across from the Hemlock Pub?
This was some of the worst food I've ever had at any restaurant, including Denny's, Waffle House, Panda Express, and this little New Mexico fast food franchise called Blake's Lottaburger.
Even if the shrimp was fresh and didn't smell like a wet dog (I didn't taste it), or the fish cakes didn't taste like something Mc Donald's had rejected, or the curry wasn't wattery with under-cooked potatoes, this place would still suck, just because of the lousy service.
Unless you want to go get drinks or sing karaoke with Thai people, avoid it like the plague.
Unexpected lounge-like restaurant tucked away on a second story serves tasty Thai late into the night. – The Scene
On a busy lower-Polk corner, this hideaway restaurant sports large windows that look onto the street below. Clubby contemporary furnishings, like mid-'80s plastic wave-back chairs and Kartell colored light fixtures, are mixed with cross-cultural pieces such as Asian stools and sisal-covered banquettes with silk shantung pillows. TV screens dominate most of the space, adding an incongruous sports bar vibe.
The menu offers an impressive variety of both traditional and experimental Thai dishes. Ingredients are fresh, portions are generous, and many feature nice compositions. A standout included a salad topped with a layer of crispy catfish that's shredded then fried, served with cashews, sliced apple and a kicky dressing. Deep-fried pork spareribs are succulent, and the "Spicy Dice" is a savory dish of salmon, coconut milk, curry and crispy bits of fried basil.
Just got it delivered... – Very little flavor... long delivery times... Red curry chicken seemed watered down
Ozone Rocks! – After some small confusion over a reservation, our group was seated promptly and the rest of the dinner went without a hitch! The selection of dishes was great and everyone was thrilled with the food (especially the prices!) We were very pleased with the service (Tai was fantastic!). Great for big groups. We will definitely come back here again - maybe we'll even stay for the Karaoke next time! Only complaint was the lack of a full bar but the cocktail menu was pretty good.
Hidden Gem – I went to Ozone with my friends because it had a good rating. We weren't dissapointed at all! Great ambience, great service, great value, great food!!!
an awesome experience~ – Fun people, good food, karaoke on a giant screen and awesome bar, what more can u ask for?
AWESOME PLACE TO EAT AND HAVE FUN – I've never been to a thai restaurant that looked this nice and had such high tech equipment like turntables, nice tvs, a projector screen, karaoke w/wireless mics, and a bar that was simply amazing. I had dinner there once and learned that they took reservations for parties, and i held a party there for my brother which turned out wonderfully due to the features named above. WOW!!!
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