360 W 46 St, New York, NY | Directions 1003640.760565 -73.990079
Neighborhoods: Clinton, Midtown
Very fresh and delicious – I ordered chicken pad thai for delivery (on a friday night). Fast delivery, very fresh noodles, great flavor, friendly service. Definitely recommended.
Awesoome Food and Service – I brought my mom to have dinner there last night. We had Prix fix. It's $18.95 including soup,sald,appetizer,entree and dessert. It's very good deal! We both had Tom Yum Shrimp soup and Dumpling as appetizer. I tried Pad Thai with Shrimp and my mom had Chicken Basil sauce. We had coconut ice cream and fried banana as dessert to share. I just want to say it's perfect! Also, the service is very attentive and fast. Waitresses are very helpful and friendly. My mom was very happy and she would recommend her friends to visit Bangkok House when they're comming to the City. I would to go back again soon next week before my broadway show. See you soon, Bangkok House
Bad food, super salty – Everything was super salty, even I could not handle it (and I love salt!) Pad Thai was sour, too much lemon or lime juice. Spicy Shrimp soup was pure salt! Even sticky rice for dessert was topped with some salt! I will not return to this place. Ponsgri Thai was better foodwise as I recall.
Good for a pre-theater dinner – My newest pre-theather spot offers a pre-fix for $18. I've always been able to get in and out in plenty of time to get to the show. The food offered in the pre-fix is good, with average portion sizes but a weak salad. In the past, I've ordered the cashew chicken or ginger shrimp entree and was not disappointed. However, my expectations are never that high. With my Thai iced teas, dinner for two is about $50 total.
The restaurant's decor is not much different than any the other places on restaurant row. You might feel cramped with a group larger than four, however the wait staff is helpful and accommodating if you come early enough to get a large table.
Wonderful food - Resonable prices – I visited the Bangkok House with my family, ages 13 to 73. We ordered 7 dishes from the prix fixe menu and everyone loved the food. Our only disagreement was which dish was best. The service was excellent and the prices were very moderate. We traveled for 16 days and never had a better meal.
BEST THAI IN TOWN! – My girlfriend and i went here for dinner last night. This is one of the best meals I've had in a long time. The food was amazing , the service was excellent. I LOVE THIS PLACE!
Lunch Place – I love Thai places. I come for the food and the atmosphere. This place had an average food plates, nothing special. The food was as if I grabbed lunch during a weekday at work, in a hurry. Not a place for a weekend night. The place had no atmosphere. Peep and Room Service have a nicely organized inside. With lights properly dim, and the lounge type decoration. However, this place looked cheap and kinda dirty. The bathrooms were disgusting. Lamps hanging down right above your head had visible dust. And finally, when the check came and we paid, we were $3 short from the SUGGESTED gratuity. The waitress came back and would not leave until we paid the $3 of the SUGGESTED gratuity. Am I incorrect, or is it up to the customer to leave a tip and the amount. Ok place for lunch, not weekend night place.
Asking for a simple favor can cause you to lose your appetite... and your stuff – I dined at this establishment last night. One of my friends asked the waitress if she would be allowed to recharge her cellphone (a Verizon Wireless 'Chocolate'). The waitress agreed, and took my friend's cellphone into one of the back rooms. When my friend went to retrieve her phone, she discovered that her phone's memory card was missing! Naturally, the waitress wouldn't have gotten away with stealing an entire phone, so she took the next best thing. She obviously didn't expect my friend to notice the absence of memory card right away. Several minutes of searching the distance between our table and the back room proved that the memory card did not simply fall out (as the waitress claimed). It took my friend's threats to call her father - a lawyer - for the missing item to miraculously reappear!! The waitress is a big, fat pickpocket and a LIAR. My friends and I don't intend on going back... On a side note, the food wasn't that good either. There are better places in New York to eat.
Affordable Neighborhood Thai – Its easy to miss this location as its located in a very non-flashy part of the border of HK/Theatre District just steps away from Columbus Circle. While the place is not large, its an intimate spot to catch a quick bite from a very solid establishment with good service and prices.
Decent Thai for price – this is a decent Thai restaurant to go to in the city for what you pay. the food is pretty good, service is alright, location is convenient, prices are reasonable. i tend to go here just cuz its easy, but if you want a serious Thai experience, i'd recommend doing a bit more research.
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