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About Permanently Closed - Bangkok House
This restaurant is permanently closed.
Savor exquisite Thai cuisine and culture at Bangkok Place. With classic artwork and traditional uniforms, the restaurant strives to create an authentic dining experience.
Guests can start with appetizers that range from chicken satay and coco shrimp to dumplings and spring rolls. Typical Thai delicacies such as papaya salad and chicken coconut soup are on the menu as well. Bangkok Place invites its customers to continue with entrées that include vegetables, tofu, beef, pork, duck or chicken in a variety of sauces. Pad Thai and other noodle dishes, as well as fried rice, are available, too. Vegetarian patrons can indulge in mixed Asian vegetables and eggplant in basil sauce. Bangkok Place also offers desserts like fried ice cream, mango with sweet sticky rice and fried banana with ice cream.
New York, NY 10036
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:30am - 5:00pm;
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:30pm
Between 8th and 9th Avenues
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
A, C, E, 1, 2, 3, S, 7, N, Q, R to 42nd St. Times Square
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Delivery, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Wine
Bangkok House - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
As a vegetarian, I'm usually easy to please with Thai food. First we were notified they were out of the appetizer we wanted about 5 minutes after ordering. Second, our drinks were made with old Tonic water and was flat. Third, my pad thai was overpoweringly sweet. I LOVE Thai food, next time I visit New York, I'll look elsewhere.
There are a number of ordinary Thai restaurants in the theatre district. This one served fresh, flavorful dishes, at very reasonable prices. We ordered the Basil Eggplant, which had lots of flavor and just the right amount of heat. We also ordered a fried tofu dish with chili sauce, medium spicy. When it came, it was soft tofu, with no spice. The server was apologetic and returned in a few minutes with the dish we had ordered--which was excellent.
We will return.
Standard Americanized Thai that can be had in any medium-sized city in the US. Slightly over sauced and under spiced. Service was okay but the atmosphere was not that different from a standard diner. The one good thing was that for midtown Manhattan the price was fair, even a bit on the inexpensive side.
Restaurant has new ownership. Food still good, but service went downhill. Tables arriving asfter us were served first. Our food came out cold. They seemed to be overwhelmed. Called to staff for assistance and they ignored us.
Also do not participate in open table any longer per maitre d.
I had been here years ago, and knew it was down the street from the theatre I was seeing a show at that night so I made a reservation for some pre-theatre dinner. The food was pretty standard- nothing to write home about but fine. The service however was slow, in attentive, and impersonal. They gave us our check without offering us dessert, and once we did order dessert the order was wrong and we had to wait 10 minutes for the correct dessert.
We dined at the Bangkok House pre-theatre, as it has a great location in the theatre district. Although we have eaten here many times in the past, our last few visits have been disappointing . This visit, I ordered pad Thai with chicken but received something else. When they brought me a new plate - it was correct but burnt tasting. The service is friendly - though sometimes slow, and the atmosphere is lacking. There are better choices on Restaurant Row - Bangkok House is definitely declining.
I recently hosted a group of 10 for dinner at Bangkok House. What a perfect evening from start to finish!
We were seated very quickly and ice water was immediately served. Nobody else in our group had ever tried Thai food before and the prix fixe dinner menu was ideal. And an amazing value at $16.95 to include soup (I loved the spicy shrimp soup), Thai salad with traditional peanut dressing, steamed dumpling appetizer (on par with the best that I have ever had), stir fry (choice of beef, chicken, pork or vegetable) with seven different sauce selections (or pad thai) and dessert (delicious). The service was prompt and attentive. Everybody in our group praised the quality of the food and the Thai dining experience.
Bangkok House is a good Thai restaurant, however, I am angry because they tried to get a double tip. When they presented the original bill, a 20% tip was automatically added to the total (we were ONLY 5 people). Then, they ran our credit card and STAPLED the original bill BEHIND the credit card receipt. This receipt ALSO had a place for gratuity. "Conveniently," this top slip covered the original bill completely, revealing ONLY the bottom section of the original bill which talked about recommended gratuity. Therefore, when looking at the receipt awaiting signature, you saw: the "subtotal" on the receipt, a line for gratuity, a line for total, and (sticking out from behind the receipt) information on recommended gratuity. Not okay.
My wife and I ate here on a day trip up from Baltimore. We each had the Chicken Coconut Soup, Salad, and Steamed Dumplings. The soup in particular was incredible! For entrees, I had the Red Curry with Chicken and she had the Pad Thai with Chicken. The Curry was delicious and she really love her dish as well. Both were so filling that neither of us could finish. Dessert was light and the perfect topping. $16.95 a piece for all of that in Manhattan is a steal!
Went 2 days before christmas and before the big dinner rush, so it was relatively quiet. Very large menu for such a small restaurant, but we found fish and duck to be the proteins of choice. The dessert made the meal; jackfruit and sticky rice. Great food. Reasonable prices and a wide selection to satisfy any palate. Highly recommended.
this place was a disappointment overall from food, service to ambience.
didn't expect much either, which makes the disappointment much worse.
not sure if this restaurant is upto par for opentable..
felt like having a meal at chinese takeout place, not a restaurant booked through opentable.
All 4 of us in our party enjoyed our dinner. The food and service were excellent. We ordered from the fixed price menu, $15.95 each person, and were all pleased with the food. All 4 courses including dessert. Will definitely go there again next time in NYC.
The food was well prepared and served. The wait staff was attentive and helpful. The tilapia serving was huge. The shrimp was a nice size, not overwhelming. The menu was very reasonably priced for New York so close to theaters.
The music was a bit loud and disconcerting. I would visit again.
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