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Rhong-Tiam
Thai Restaurant$$
Today 3:00 – 10:00 pm
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31 E 21st St New York, NY 10010
31 East 21st StreetUSNew YorkNew York10010
(212) 420-7500rhong-tiam.com
$$Thai Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Thai Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Southeast Asian Restaurant
Takeout Restaurant
Today 3:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 10:00 pmSunday 3:00 – 10:00 pm
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Pint-size destination for classic, fiery Thai fare, also offered for delivery.- Google
"The roti was somewhat flat and not the fluffy fresh roti canai I remember."
"Could have been better were there tofu or vegetables in the curry."
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Kevin Chan
3 months ago
Their roti wraps are the go to for me. Quick, delicious, flavors are great with the sauces along with chicken or pork choices. The twice cooked pork is spicey enough as a main dish with rice. The thai ice coffee was a bit sweet for me but their fresh coconut juice cut open right there for you is great. Ok for a basic Thai meal.
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Jen S
5 months ago
Delicious food! Long wait! 10 - 15 mins!
Kirsten Walpert
a year ago
Horrible waits...incompetent staff. Not worth it
Vittoria Caproni
a year ago
Very inconsistent, they often forget parts of the take out orders and they are rude on the telephone.
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Jyoti Shankar
7 months ago
We had the roti canai and the green curry. Nothing extraordinary. The roti was somewhat flat and not the fluffy fresh roti canai I remember. Could have been better were there tofu or vegetables in the curry. For $7.x, a simple roti canai and a bowl of vegetable-free curry was a bit on the steep side. The decor is beautiful though - especially the festive "bar" like high-table wooden seating.
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Carlin Yuen
2 years ago
I got the slow cooked beef and lemon grass chicken curry roti wraps ($10 for two). Wow really like this place! It's small, but colorful and not too cramped. The girl at the counter was really friendly, and had some decent recommendations. The prices are a little high for the portion size to be honest, but that said, the wraps tasted delicious and I would definitely go back again for more. The size of each roll is a little larger than say half a Chipotle burrito, but the wrap itself is light and a little stretchy, with a light flavor to it. The vegetables in the wraps taste fresh, and the best part is the meat. I was a little surprised that the lemongrass chicken came as ground meat, but it has a wonderful strong curry that reminds me of wandering through the streets of Singapore. Beware if you ask for spicy, because it does have a kick to it! My favorite was probably the slow cooked beef though; the beef was tender and juicy, and the sauce wasn't overpowering, with a pleasant savory flavor that wasn't too salty and just a little sweet. The rest of the entrees look really great too, although closer to the $12-17 range. Definitely giving this another try in the future!
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Laura Schwartz
a year ago
best pad thai! the grilled flavor and spices are unreal.
Philip Bellezza
a year ago
DON'T GO!!! Took forever, rude staff, found unknown slimmy substance in food.