Brooklyn >Thai Sky Inc
“What they lack in decor they make up in wonderful, spicy, authentic Thai dishes.”
“Skip the appetizers which look and taste like fast food, but the vegetarian duck is excellent, so are most of the entrees, and the pumpkin coconut dessert looks weird but tastes amazing!”
“The basil stir fry was delicious and very filling, with the service sparse and a bit off putting.”
“nice quiet place for good Thai food.”
“Although the service was good and the presentation was appetizing, the food itself was drastically subpar.”
“Go to Pat Pong in the East Village, Mango Thai on 7th Avenue Brooklyn or Lemongrass in the West Village for affordable thai food done right - anywhere but Thai Sky!”
Very tasty Thai food.
My friends and I go to Thai Sky for their tasty food. We especially like their curry puffs, among the best, and stuffed chicken wings. This is a place that isn't afraid of using spice.
For the main course try the shrimp and scallops in a rich, creamy, and not too spicy red curry sauce. Another favorite is the whole crispy red snapper topped with a delicious mango salad. The staff are very friendly, helpful and attentive.
Best Thai at an Excellent Price. My husband and I have been going to Thai Sky since they opened and have always been impressed. What they lack in decor they make up in wonderful, spicy, authentic Thai dishes. We are always promptly seated and the service is among the best we have expereinced--always friendly. I highly reccommend the Yellow Curry with Chicken or the Koi Soy Gai which is often on the specials menu. For an appetizer you can not go wrong with the curry puffs or the stuffed chicken wings. We have eaten both in the restaurant and ordered take-out with no problem at all, so I am surprised to see any negative remarks. As a regular customer, I have never been disappointed. Great good and a great price.
Apparently they don't want your business. I attempted to order from their lunch menu at 3:30PM when I was told that I should call earlier in the future. When I explained that I had been working hard all day and lost track of time, the woman taking my order responded by telling me that she had been working hard all day and wanted to make a profit. She went on to say that she barely made a profit from $6 (the cost of the lunch menu). With that obnoxious remark, I will not be ordering from their lunch menu or any other menu of theirs ever again. Especially since the food is average at best (below average for Thai).
A Cry for Thai Sky. We gave this place 3 tries for delivery and they failed. The only acceptable dish we tried was the vegetable dumplings, everything else was either too greasy, too bland or carelessly prepared. The Tom Yum is very cloudy and is full of huge chunks of food service onions and green peppers, nothing like the the delicately spicy concoction it should be. All fried apps were dripping with oil. The pad thai had absolutely no flavor and the shrimp seemed like it was frozen and defrosted several times. With so many decent Thai spots nearby, this place is just not worth it.
Good Authentic Thai Food.
Added to the usually delightful waitstaff, is the quality of the food. I usually am never disapointed when I order from Thai Sky.
The project clock is a cute feature at this cozy little neighborhood Thai restaurant.
great thai takeout. Great Thai for takeout, and good to eat in as well. Probably the best thai value in Park Slope. Not great for eating in, but still a nice exprience.
With all due respect to the gold Buddha at rear, this subdued setting gets its real splendor from spicy dishes..
A few plants and quiet rice paper paintings under inverted sconces add warmth to a cool decor dominated by stark white walls, jet black furniture and a wall-sized projection of an analog clock. Where Thai Sky gets its sensory color is from a menu on which over half the entrees are marked with a chili pepper. From house specials like salmon with chu chee curry to vegetarian dishes like basil noodles, hot dominates.
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