Great pad Thai, great red curry, loved Bruce and Brendan the servers. Great clay pot, great fresh spring rolls. Just too bad they closed :(
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We stopped in for Thai food on the way to an airport hotel. Food was just excellent, quantity excellent for the tired traveller, and served hot and fresh. Staff was very impassive.Setting appears very nice. We will go back.
This a great Thai restaurant. We usually order take out, but this past weekend, we decided to eat at the restaurant. We were sat right away. The place is very clean. There is not a ton of ambiance, but set up well. I ordered a...More
This was quite a find. To be honest, our party of four could not be seated at a nearby restaurant and we thought we would try to get into the King & I. They welcomed us beautifully and were seated with ease. A lovely upscale...More
After eating at the restaurant on three different occasions over the past two months, I am pleased to highly recommend the place. The staff were extremely helpful in explaining the menu choices and were very attentive. The food was deliciously different. From the simple spring...More
Fortunately for us, this is our neighborhood Thai place. We've eaten lunch and supper there many times, and gotten take-away even more often. I frequently order the duck or the red curry. I like their soups too. We've tried more ditant places, but while they...More
We enjoy variety of food. King and I (and Taste of India, Dosa Place) are our favorites. It is like going home where every body knows your name! Yes, people know us, they know where we like to sit, and dishes we like. Sometimes the...More
I've been going to K&I ever since they were at the original location on Harlem Road, just a few blocks away. The food and service have consistently been good, never a disappointment through the years.
An extensive menu that requires some advice or some experience to get used to.' For appetizers we enjoy the Pad Thai and Chicken Satay - both 5 stars. You can get main dishes seasoned to your taste, If you share dishes, you can add more...More
Went to this restaurant for family dinner. Decor: bit sparse, Thai art frames along the long walls. White table cloths and black chairs. Menu: Big with traditional Thai names. Food: We had variety of starters and dishes (vegetarian, meat and seafood). Springrolls were yummy and...More