Brooklyn >Thai Sesame
“The only thing they are lacking is a glass of cocktails which they have no bar, and a bottle of good wine.”
“The food is consistently good.”
“And Thai Sesame is a great place to do it.”
“The staff was friendly and the food hit the spot.”
“Very good value, quality”
“The spring rolls were delicious, the woman on the phone sincere and the delivery was quick.”
Disappointing. Went in to take out after a long day. Brought the food home and the broccoli was wilted, the noodles in the pad thai seemed like they had sat at a salad bar buffet all day. The tofu was hard and tasteless and the chunks were just too large! With the exception of the spring rolls, the food just seemed like it was carelessly thrown together and no one even noticed that the noodles were all stuck together and dried! I was tempted to go all the way down Smith Street to return it, but I was just too tired to go back out!
Great Thai. I came into Sesame on a cold New York night, looking for something yummy and warm to help me recover after a long day. Sesame was the perfect place. The staff was friendly and the food hit the spot.
Best thai delivery on smith street. We are regular order-for-delivery customers at this neighborhood thai restaurant. The food is consistently good. Delivery is usually prompt (make sure they've written down the correct address.) We recommend the Thai Leek Dumplings and the fried corn appetizers. If you're a pad thai fan and have never tried Pad See Ew, it's time to switch. And Thai Sesame is a great place to do it. Get it with beef. Their beef is not spongy like some Thai places.
Best Thai food in Park Slope.
Compare to apple to apple, Thai Sesame is definitely the best Thai food all around the Park Slope area, I tried every thai places already but the one i only go would be Thai Sesame. I never have a bad dishes there b4. The only thing they are lacking is a glass of cocktails which they have no bar, and a bottle of good wine. Even though, i still like them more than other famous thai places in park slope.
Lemongrass is good on a few thai dishes but majority are too chinese to be exact, joya, song have the cheapest food, but food really doesnt deliver the quality anymore.
Everytime I've been there, it never packs, so i hope they will do better.
Very good value, quality. This is very underrated and is a great value. Although the decor is relatively sparse, it is clean and is a lot better than a "whole in the wall" ie. pleasant enough. The food is very fresh, and is made with surprising delicacy e.g. the spring rolls and some subtlety e.g. the fried rice. This is definitely a step up from your average neighborhood Asian restaurant, if you're looking for something a little different and better. No soy sauce needed as the flavors speak for themselves.
Best if delivered. With all the rain lately I decided to order in. The spring rolls were delicious, the woman on the phone sincere and the delivery was quick. The thai salad was soooo good--it had hard boiled eggs, stir fried tofu, chicken, tomatoes, lettuce and a divine peanut sauce. For my entree I ate the stir fried eggplant with tofu. It was very good. My friend ate the pad thai and enjoyed it. Although I've never dinned inside the place looks like a whole in the wall, so it's best if delivered.
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