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Posted by bj on 05/01/2012
I eat there several times a month. I always find the food excellent, and like how they continue to add new menu items. The service is excellent and everyone is accomodating even with the smallest request. The price is reasonable in comparison to others of similar quality.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/09/2012
good value, good service and best food.
Posted by Lore on 07/17/2011
We have loved everything that we have ordered the only drawback was the squid in five spice sauce- the breading was a bit soggy (we did order out) and somehow when the word "sauce" is mentioned I thought of a dipping sauce. I really didn't have a flavor of five spice so maybe it was just a misprint.
Posted by dpalexander on 05/27/2010
Have been here a dozen times. Many of the Chinese items are excellent. Phad Thai was poor. We have had some seasonal specials that were beyond excellent. Whoever rated this flavorless is either a stooge for a competitor, or brain dead, or got the Phad Thai. Ignore his review and rely on the remainder. Yes, it is VERY noisy (NYC) inside, but attractive. Service is fast (once you get a seat), friendly, no pomp or circumstance. I lived in NYC for 4 years; this restaurant beats 99% of the good NY Chinese restaurants I used to visit regularly. But for best Thai, perhaps go somewhere else.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/29/2010
Wow it was good!!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/03/2009
Great fresh, quality food at a reasonable price. The big bowl noodle soups are great as are the peking duck rolls. Crispy shrip rolls rock! There isn't anything that we don't love.
Posted by CMGMS on 11/30/2008
Sang Kee in the Wynnewood shopping ctr is typical of a strip mall restaurant - overpriced and incredibly tasteless food. Though it is not in a strip mall it might as well be. Tonight I ordered coconut shrimp as an appetizer and vegetarian pad thai mildy spicy for dinner. Both were incredibly unappetizing. The shrimp were cold and dry. The phad thai was lumpy noodles and stuck together, virtually no tofu, maybe one or two peanuts, no discernible sauce, with the dish "filled" to look like a hefty serving with lots and lots of sliced peppers and a few snow peas. When I ordered this evening, around 6:10 the background noise was incredible - even more incredible was that it would be "45 to 50 minutes" - for a simple takeout of two pretty plain vanilla items. To whit: avoid this place. My simple takeout cost me $19.08 and was completely overpriced.