Designer Charoonkit Thahong seems to have cornered the market on retro-futurist Thai establishments, including Highline and Brooklyn’s SEA. His sleek look for roomservice—curving white walls, round white tiles, leather lounge chairs—belies this tiny restaurant’s down-home charm. Kitchen staff often deliver dishes to the tables themselves and then monitor the reactions before retreating with a satisfied smile. They smile a lot. Fare like tamarind-spiked snapper, sharp curries, and spicy-sweet pad Thai arrive expertly cooked and seasoned with ingredients invariably fresh and flavorful. While spices are toned down for Western palates as a rule, the kitchen will gladly crank up the volume. If friendly young servers sense you can handle it, they may even surprise you with off-menu native street food like laab, the pungent fish paste-minced meat mix. Limited desserts include nominally indigenous treats like banana in coconut sauce and an incongruent warm chocolate truffle with vanilla ice cream.
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Ordered delivery from this place and it's absolutely phenomenal. I define phenomenal as, "I can't stop thinking about it and drooling." So. Yea. I've never actually set foot in the restaurant, so I can't review the in-house dining experience.
I love that this place lets you make reservations for large parties on a weekend despite the tinyness of the place. :)
Just came home from a stellar meal at Thai Terminal. Yum! Thai food is the perfect food for this uber hot weather that's been dripping all over my skin lately. Anyways, enough of that.