650 9th Ave, New York, NY | Directions 1003640.760587 -73.990646
Neighborhoods: Clinton, Midtown
Safe food... – There's really nothing to rave about this place except the fact that they have good "safe" food given that along 9 ave there are many thai food restaurants. Small but cozy place with nice waiters. Try their dumplings for appetizer really good. Very inexpensive, good for couples or groups no more than 4. Will definitely go there again.
Good Thai food at GREAT PRICES!!!! – This place is a bit of a dive - but the food is good and the prices are great!
The pad thai and summer rolls are the best I've had.
Yum Yum Thai Food – Yum Yum B*A*NGKok sounds like an adult film title but its one of the most popular chic Thai spots along 9th Avenue. The pre-fix is a good deal, however, the dessert is the size of my pinky (no joke). Food is decent, but the portions are all semi-small, and great for people who are eating light but not good for the portion heavy folks like me.
Best Thai in Hell's kitchen area – I love this place!! the food is great and cheap? I am a regular customer since they only have like 10 tables. Now that they're expanding, it looks even better and more variety of menu to try!!
Just only cheap... – The Yum Yum Bangkok is a catchy name that brought us there. We thought the food would be yummy as the name but very disappointing. The food was not that fresh as it was supposed to be. I even could not finish my food. Disappointed Thai food.
It's busy for a reason – I just read that last negative review... I don't know what happened to that person but I've been going to all of the Yum Yum restaurants for years and I unreservedly recommedn them as some of the BEST cuisine -- not just Thai cuisine, but ANY cuisine -- of any kind in the city. It's inexpensive, the service is gracious and friendly, and the food is almost always delicious. Furthermore the menu is a bit different from the standard Thai fare -- exotic, tasty, and appetizing.
The only reservation one could possibly have is that the restaurants are frequently so busy that there is sometimes a wait -- but this is for reasons that ought to be patently obvious to anyone who knows New York. If it's busy...
The worst Thai restaurant in the city. – We went to have Thai food at yum yum bangkok last night. We were so disappointed about everything from the poor service to the worst cool Pad Thai noodle dish. We were asked about the gratuity after the poor service. The waitress was always forgot our drink orders. T
Great Thai food for a great price – I've tried most of the Thai restaurants in the city and Yum Yum Bangkok is by far my favorite. It offers great food at reasonable prices. The waiters are very friendly and the service is quick and efficient. The decor has improved tremendously with the expansion of the restaurant. The food is consistently good: The chicken with basil is delicious and the all the appetizers are yummy. I recommend the chicken puffs and the coconut chicken soup. It's a great place for romantic dinner or for group dinners. They'll even put tables together to accomodate big groups.
Im so happy with this place ! – Im really picky about food ... I cant eat a few stuff but at this place they cook everything order by order so they would let me oder my food just the way i like it ! The restaurant always busy but the food was fast and great ! Love it !
BEST IN THE WEST – Honestly, I am a pad-Thai freak, I have eaten it everywhere. This is some of the best. The flavor is incredible! I worked in the neighborhood for 3 years and ordered it once per week - the other food does not dissapoint either. Lightning fast service.
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