Cheap big and spacious.
The waitstaff was not enthusiastic or overly friendly, but brought everything we asked for timely.
We ordered a large calamari, good and really big portion. The spicy shrimp noodle, though with rave reviews, was burnt many places and was just fine. We order the special fried whole fish with coconut curry, which was one of the few items over $10. The Thai ice tea was good too.
With pretty good price, big portion, convenient location, we will return.
The food is good and the atmosphere is cool, but very unfriendly. The seating hostess is the most unfriendly of all, which is not the person I think the owners would want to have giving customers their first impression of the place. The servers are also never over firiendly, there are a couple who are very pleasant, but one of two equally as not. If the owners would address this, I would go back. But with all the choices in Park Slope, I don't need to spend my money at a place I don't feel welcome. Also, when I was there each time the music was way too loud.
This place is amazing.
Song is one of the best Thai places in New York. The garden in the back is zen-like and gorgeous. The service is always good and the food is soo reasonably priced and to die-for. If only other New York restaurants could learn from it....
Best Thai restaurant!.
Song is so cute and the music is great. There's also outdoor sitting. It's always crowded, but the wait is worth it. My friends and I can't get enough of this place. I love the coconut soup, chicken sauteed chicken with vegetables in a fresh garlic sauce with sticky rice, mango rice pudding and the Tahi Spare Ribs. The drinks are also delicious. The best part is when you get the bill and only pay $20 each. BTW, this place is not small and it's very clean.