Topaz Thai Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 127 W 56TH St Ste 1

    New York, NY 10019

    Cross street: nr. Sixth Ave.

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  • 212-957-8020

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Daily, noon-11pm

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Delicious and amazing. Great price for food in midtown.

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★★★★★

Delicious and amazing. Great price for food in midtown.

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Never go there again! We had a reservation for 3 which they completely ignored. Even though we were all there on time, they would not seat us at a proper table. Turned out, they didn't like that we were only 3 for dinner. THEY would have preferred 4. There are too many choices to put up with this.

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★☆☆☆☆

Never go there again! We had a reservation for 3 which they completely ignored. Even though we were all there on time, they would not seat us at a proper table. Turned out, they didn't like that we were only 3 for dinner. THEY would have preferred 4. There are too many choices to put up with this.

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Never go there again! We had a reservation for 3 which they completely ignored. Even though we were all there on time, they would not seat us at a proper table. Turned out, they didn't like that we were only 3 for dinner. THEY would

3
★★★★★

Never go there again! We had a reservation for 3 which they completely ignored. Even though we were all there on time, they would not seat us at a proper table. Turned out, they didn't like that we were only 3 for dinner. THEY would

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The food is just great at this very cozy (like 12 tables) family-run restaurant in the middle of midtown Manhattan. I used to eat there 2x/wk when I worked across the street and now that I live away, I try to run to Topaz for a fix whenever I can. It is still great, very intimate, and a nice place to go. Lunches are still packed so try to go off hours. You won't be sorry!

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★★★★☆

The food is just great at this very cozy (like 12 tables) family-run restaurant in the middle of midtown Manhattan. I used to eat there 2x/wk when I worked across the street and now that I live away, I try to run to Topaz for a fix whenever I can. It is still great, very intimate, and a nice place to go. Lunches are still packed so try to go off hours. You won't be sorry!

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I love Topaz Thai! I used to eat there a lot when I worked in that neighborhood. Then, when my kids were born, we ordered in to the hospital and had Thai food delivered for my first post-partum meal... so, I have kind of a sentimental attachment to this place. But the food is great!

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★★★★☆

I love Topaz Thai! I used to eat there a lot when I worked in that neighborhood. Then, when my kids were born, we ordered in to the hospital and had Thai food delivered for my first post-partum meal... so, I have kind of a sentimental attachment to this place. But the food is great!

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Been there several times. Becomes very crowded at times. Once you get a seat, the food appears fast and tastes awesome. Very tight space. Service is not that great but the food compensates for it. Reasonably priced.

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★★★★☆

Been there several times. Becomes very crowded at times. Once you get a seat, the food appears fast and tastes awesome. Very tight space. Service is not that great but the food compensates for it. Reasonably priced.

Pros: Excellent food, Reasonable price.

Cons: Space is very less. Can not move while eating.

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My friend and I shared the House Fried Rice (mix), and the Dancing Chicken, which by the way was the best I've had in a while, with brown rice (could be a little more on the well done side). Everything was delicious!!!
I could taste all the different spices used on both dishes, even though it was not in excess, and they were also very distinct.
The service however, wasn't the best. They were not busy and yet, I had to wait several minutes for the waiter to refill my glass of water, and they disapeared when we were ready to pay the check, any dishonest person could have walked out without paying.
But I will go back and recommend this place to friends and co-workers.

2
★★★★☆

My friend and I shared the House Fried Rice (mix), and the Dancing Chicken, which by the way was the best I've had in a while, with brown rice (could be a little more on the well done side). Everything was delicious!!!
I could taste all the different spices used on both dishes, even though it was not in excess, and they were also very distinct.
The service however, wasn't the best. They were not busy and yet, I had to wait several minutes for the waiter to refill my glass of water, and they disapeared when we were ready to pay the check, any dishonest person could have walked out without paying.
But I will go back and recommend this place to friends and co-workers.

Pros: Good Food

Cons: Service

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Came here first time taking a chance on a new Thai restaurant and was more than pleased. Small restaurant but great atmosphere and the service is outstanding. The Pad Thai was excellent as well as the Love of the Golden Nest (?). Went there on my birthday and had a nice romantic dinner with my girlfriend in a secluded area near the window. Prices are inexpensive and the food is delicious! Good for romantic dinner, out with friends or family.

2
★★★★★

Came here first time taking a chance on a new Thai restaurant and was more than pleased. Small restaurant but great atmosphere and the service is outstanding. The Pad Thai was excellent as well as the Love of the Golden Nest (?). Went there on my birthday and had a nice romantic dinner with my girlfriend in a secluded area near the window. Prices are inexpensive and the food is delicious! Good for romantic dinner, out with friends or family.

Pros: Service, Food, and Atmosphere

Cons: Nothing really.

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This place is ideal for a budget Thai lunch. This is a tiny low-scale place hidden in midtown. At lunch time the place is busy, you have to wait ca 5-10 minutes to get seated. If a place is busy in NYC, that's a good sign usually. Same here. Once you made your order, the food comes fast. Sometimes the waiters seem a bit disorganized tho. As the place is tiny you sit very close to others, which might be disturbing for a private conversation. I usually order masmaan curry with chicken. This is a must have for me if I'm there. So far all of their food was very tasty what I have just tried. Never had a bad experience on the quality and taste of the food. So far the best Thai restaurant I have tried. The place is cheap, 2 can have a complete lunch included everything for no more than 30-40 bucks.

2
★★★★★

This place is ideal for a budget Thai lunch. This is a tiny low-scale place hidden in midtown. At lunch time the place is busy, you have to wait ca 5-10 minutes to get seated. If a place is busy in NYC, that's a good sign usually. Same here. Once you made your order, the food comes fast. Sometimes the waiters seem a bit disorganized tho. As the place is tiny you sit very close to others, which might be disturbing for a private conversation. I usually order masmaan curry with chicken. This is a must have for me if I'm there. So far all of their food was very tasty what I have just tried. Never had a bad experience on the quality and taste of the food. So far the best Thai restaurant I have tried. The place is cheap, 2 can have a complete lunch included everything for no more than 30-40 bucks.

Pros: Very good thai food

Cons: service

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A small, sub-street level thai gem! Often busy around lunch (reduced prices) and for good reason. Great Thai dishes, nothing disappoints.

2
★★★★☆

A small, sub-street level thai gem! Often busy around lunch (reduced prices) and for good reason. Great Thai dishes, nothing disappoints.

Pros: Thai Food (ask for extra spicy)

Cons: Atmosphere

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This review is as-of June 25th, 2007.
I work a block away from this place.
Me and my coworkers ordered in food at our office and found an insect in it (the ones that we often see in gutters). Cityreach will not accept the actual name in the review.
We threw all the food away. The restaurant when confornted said that They didn't do it on purpose. These things happen. and they are sorry. Here's your refund

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★☆☆☆☆

This review is as-of June 25th, 2007.
I work a block away from this place.
Me and my coworkers ordered in food at our office and found an insect in it (the ones that we often see in gutters). Cityreach will not accept the actual name in the review.
We threw all the food away. The restaurant when confornted said that They didn't do it on purpose. These things happen. and they are sorry. Here's your refund

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On an early Saturday evening, after an 11-block "stroll" on our first trip to NYC, we discovered Topaz - a charming little Thai restaurant 3 steps down, 2-tables-for-4-and-1-table-for-2 wide, about thrice as long with a bar at the back. We were tired and hungry, and blessed to be seated immediately in this W. 56th St. establishment that was getting busier by the minute. Within 3 minutes we had cold water, rice crisps and a delectable peanut sauce for dipping. Not being a spicy food enthusiast, I asked the waiter for help and he was most accommodating - describing several dishes to us. My husband ordered the spare ribs (no imagination!) and I ordered the $15.95 Tamarind Duck on the recommendation of the waiter. Well, the ribs were good, but hubby ate a third of my duck because it was THE MOST DELICIOUS ENTREE WE HAVE HAD IN AGES - pieces of tender, lean, rich dark meat covered with a thin layer of very crispy skin, no visible fat anywhere, served over a bed of wonderful oriental vegetables including shiitake mushrooms and pineapple chunks. I had a side of sticky rice (interesting & good) and hubby had the plain white rice. And let us not forget the Mango Salad ($6.50)- thin slices of mango, cashews, lettuce, etc. in a delightful light dressing - soooooo good! (The papaya salad was my first choice, but waiter advised it is quite spicy.)
Service timing was not fast, but not unreasonable. Water refills were timely and waiter was very pleasant. Next time you are in New York, don't miss this little gem of a restaurant. The food is incredible! The price is reasonable to moderate - depending on what you order. We have eaten all over the world, but we can't wait to go back to Topaz!
Piewacket from Tampa Bay, Florida

2
★★★★★

On an early Saturday evening, after an 11-block "stroll" on our first trip to NYC, we discovered Topaz - a charming little Thai restaurant 3 steps down, 2-tables-for-4-and-1-table-for-2 wide, about thrice as long with a bar at the back. We were tired and hungry, and blessed to be seated immediately in this W. 56th St. establishment that was getting busier by the minute. Within 3 minutes we had cold water, rice crisps and a delectable peanut sauce for dipping. Not being a spicy food enthusiast, I asked the waiter for help and he was most accommodating - describing several dishes to us. My husband ordered the spare ribs (no imagination!) and I ordered the $15.95 Tamarind Duck on the recommendation of the waiter. Well, the ribs were good, but hubby ate a third of my duck because it was THE MOST DELICIOUS ENTREE WE HAVE HAD IN AGES - pieces of tender, lean, rich dark meat covered with a thin layer of very crispy skin, no visible fat anywhere, served over a bed of wonderful oriental vegetables including shiitake mushrooms and pineapple chunks. I had a side of sticky rice (interesting & good) and hubby had the plain white rice. And let us not forget the Mango Salad ($6.50)- thin slices of mango, cashews, lettuce, etc. in a delightful light dressing - soooooo good! (The papaya salad was my first choice, but waiter advised it is quite spicy.)
Service timing was not fast, but not unreasonable. Water refills were timely and waiter was very pleasant. Next time you are in New York, don't miss this little gem of a restaurant. The food is incredible! The price is reasonable to moderate - depending on what you order. We have eaten all over the world, but we can't wait to go back to Topaz!
Piewacket from Tampa Bay, Florida

Pros: delicious food, friendly wait staff,

Cons: Small and crowded - not a restaurant for children or large groups

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I needed to order lunch for my office and Topaz looked like a great Thai option. I called and asked about placing a delivery order for noon the next day and was told that I would need to call back later. When I called back they quoted me a price, but said that I would need to confirm it with them later in the day. When I called back this time they said that they decided they would not deliver the food and that they even if they could it would not be until an hour later than I had orignially asked for!

This left me needing to find another restaurant at the last minute which was very unforturnate! They were also rude and unhelpful on the phone. Do not support this restaurant!

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★☆☆☆☆

I needed to order lunch for my office and Topaz looked like a great Thai option. I called and asked about placing a delivery order for noon the next day and was told that I would need to call back later. When I called back they quoted me a price, but said that I would need to confirm it with them later in the day. When I called back this time they said that they decided they would not deliver the food and that they even if they could it would not be until an hour later than I had orignially asked for!

This left me needing to find another restaurant at the last minute which was very unforturnate! They were also rude and unhelpful on the phone. Do not support this restaurant!

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I stumbled upon this small place while taking a Kaplan course, and let me tell you, I actually looked forward to the course every week so that I could eat at Topaz. Although extremely small, don't let the bland decor and subterrean feel fool you, these people know how to make excellent Thai food. The prices are very reasonable and the service is medicocre ( I have definiately experienced bad service when they are very busy), but the food definately makes up for it though. The red curry is the best I have had in Manhattan...try it with the chicken and brown rice. Their Dranken Noodles are also really great, and you can customize the spice level. Their menu is actually pretty extensive, and they also have monthly specials, but I usually stick to my favorite dishes. We eat here a couple times a month, and always leave feeling extremely satisfied and with money still in our bank accounts....what more could you hope for in NYC? So, don't come here if you are expecting 4-star service, and just enjoy it for what it is: great authentic Thai food.

2
★★★★★

I stumbled upon this small place while taking a Kaplan course, and let me tell you, I actually looked forward to the course every week so that I could eat at Topaz. Although extremely small, don't let the bland decor and subterrean feel fool you, these people know how to make excellent Thai food. The prices are very reasonable and the service is medicocre ( I have definiately experienced bad service when they are very busy), but the food definately makes up for it though. The red curry is the best I have had in Manhattan...try it with the chicken and brown rice. Their Dranken Noodles are also really great, and you can customize the spice level. Their menu is actually pretty extensive, and they also have monthly specials, but I usually stick to my favorite dishes. We eat here a couple times a month, and always leave feeling extremely satisfied and with money still in our bank accounts....what more could you hope for in NYC? So, don't come here if you are expecting 4-star service, and just enjoy it for what it is: great authentic Thai food.

Pros: Great food, lots of choices, price, nice quiet place for after work, great take-out

Cons: Service is unpredictable, no reservations, small space

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I could have thai food every day of the week still love it. This place does not dissapoint. Although it is a small place the food was just great and prices as well. Went there for lunch and was treated nicely. Overall a pleasant lunch.

2
★★★★☆

I could have thai food every day of the week still love it. This place does not dissapoint. Although it is a small place the food was just great and prices as well. Went there for lunch and was treated nicely. Overall a pleasant lunch.

Pros: price, food, service

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I eat here all the time. Best thai food anywhere. The food is ALWAYS good, no matter what you order. There are lots of vegetarian choices on the menu. The service is fast. The thai ice tea is the best I've ever tasted. And it is so cheap for what you get. The atmosphere is very cosy. It is usually full. You dont have to make reservations but you may have to wait 5-10 mins for a table. But that is because it is sooo good!

2
★★★★★

I eat here all the time. Best thai food anywhere. The food is ALWAYS good, no matter what you order. There are lots of vegetarian choices on the menu. The service is fast. The thai ice tea is the best I've ever tasted. And it is so cheap for what you get. The atmosphere is very cosy. It is usually full. You dont have to make reservations but you may have to wait 5-10 mins for a table. But that is because it is sooo good!

Pros: great food, many veggie choices, great value

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I can't understand all the positive reviews. Went there last month with a friend and was very disappointed. The food was way below average, the service was lacking, the decor is tacky. Stay away.

1
★★☆☆☆

I can't understand all the positive reviews. Went there last month with a friend and was very disappointed. The food was way below average, the service was lacking, the decor is tacky. Stay away.

Pros: none

Cons: bad food, slow service, tacky decor

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I first visited Topaz after a two week trip to Thailand in '03. The food was perfect and the service fast, friendly and flexible. I have been back on five subsequent visits to NY and have taken several friends and business partners. Try the Drunken Noodles (AKA Pad Khi Mao) and Red Snapper with Chili and Garlic. I love to try all the new, trendy and expensive places in NY but always make a point to have one meal at Topaz Thai.

2
★★★★★

I first visited Topaz after a two week trip to Thailand in '03. The food was perfect and the service fast, friendly and flexible. I have been back on five subsequent visits to NY and have taken several friends and business partners. Try the Drunken Noodles (AKA Pad Khi Mao) and Red Snapper with Chili and Garlic. I love to try all the new, trendy and expensive places in NY but always make a point to have one meal at Topaz Thai.

Pros: Authentic thai, Friendly service, Inexpensive

Cons: Seating is tight

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This Place was nothing special...Went there for a post birthday date and was seated right next to the bar(if you have eaten there you know what that means)...The pad thai was blah, drinks were blah....Nothing special

1
★★★☆☆

This Place was nothing special...Went there for a post birthday date and was seated right next to the bar(if you have eaten there you know what that means)...The pad thai was blah, drinks were blah....Nothing special

Cons: Food, Service, Seating

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This is a non descript little place that is a true jewel well worth finding. The aromas alone could satisfy. The tom ka was heady with generous use of coconut. The kang ped was some of the best I've ever had. The portions are generous and the service amiable and prompt. The decor isn't much in a long thin paneled room with cramped tables, but is somehow very inviting and comfortable. This is one of the best values I've found in NYC.

2
★★★★★

This is a non descript little place that is a true jewel well worth finding. The aromas alone could satisfy. The tom ka was heady with generous use of coconut. The kang ped was some of the best I've ever had. The portions are generous and the service amiable and prompt. The decor isn't much in a long thin paneled room with cramped tables, but is somehow very inviting and comfortable. This is one of the best values I've found in NYC.

Pros: food, price, service

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I used to eat here at least once a week about 10 years ago. Now it has become a favorite and is packed all the time. I have to say that with popularity, the food has fallen in quality. It used to be sooo good now it is just okay.

2
★★★★☆

I used to eat here at least once a week about 10 years ago. Now it has become a favorite and is packed all the time. I have to say that with popularity, the food has fallen in quality. It used to be sooo good now it is just okay.

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Situated next to the Mysterioso Bookstore, this tiny Thai haven can fill up in less than 30 minutes on a weekday night. Try and snag the two-top in the alcove at the front for some slightly divey romance. Food is very good (the Topaz fried rice especially) and the service is excellent. Prices are not much different from the Midwest -- about $10 for an entreé, which is a steal by NYC standards. Definitely worth a trip!

2
★★★★★

Situated next to the Mysterioso Bookstore, this tiny Thai haven can fill up in less than 30 minutes on a weekday night. Try and snag the two-top in the alcove at the front for some slightly divey romance. Food is very good (the Topaz fried rice especially) and the service is excellent. Prices are not much different from the Midwest -- about $10 for an entreé, which is a steal by NYC standards. Definitely worth a trip!

Pros: Good food, Good service, Convenient locale

Cons: Teensy, Not intimate, Somewhat divey

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DO NOT MAKE ANY PLANS AFTER DINNER- You have no idea what time you will be seated, when you will leave, the food is good, you wont be able to move afterwards! it is packed, small, busy, congested, if you can get over all that, the food is worth it. Delicious Penang curry, Pad Thai, satay and I cant remember everything ordered, but finished it all, and kept nibbling until we were going to explode. We waited 2 hours for a table. They ask you to come by and check in every now and then, there is no place to wait inside!! If you get over all that, then go. Grab a drink at Le Parker Meridian next door while you are waiting! The tables are small and cramped, and the chairs are for petite Asian girls-be weary. There's isnt too much an ambiance, just eat and leave.

2
★★★★☆

DO NOT MAKE ANY PLANS AFTER DINNER- You have no idea what time you will be seated, when you will leave, the food is good, you wont be able to move afterwards! it is packed, small, busy, congested, if you can get over all that, the food is worth it. Delicious Penang curry, Pad Thai, satay and I cant remember everything ordered, but finished it all, and kept nibbling until we were going to explode. We waited 2 hours for a table. They ask you to come by and check in every now and then, there is no place to wait inside!! If you get over all that, then go. Grab a drink at Le Parker Meridian next door while you are waiting! The tables are small and cramped, and the chairs are for petite Asian girls-be weary. There's isnt too much an ambiance, just eat and leave.

Pros: food, location

Cons: wait, long lines, wait more

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Topaz was the first place that I tried Thai Food. I've been to New York twice and each time I'm there I make sure that I go to Topaz! I just luv the food, its the best Thai Food I've ever taste and when I visit this year, I'll be there again and again and again!!!

2
★★★★★

Topaz was the first place that I tried Thai Food. I've been to New York twice and each time I'm there I make sure that I go to Topaz! I just luv the food, its the best Thai Food I've ever taste and when I visit this year, I'll be there again and again and again!!!

Cons: bathroom area

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I went here on a recommendation of some colleagues, and was quite pleased with every aspect of my experience. The food was fresh and hot, with the perfect level of spices, the service was fast, and it was well priced for dinner. It's a little crowded in there so it's probably best to get there early or make reservations, but overall, I would highly recommend this place.

2
★★★★☆

I went here on a recommendation of some colleagues, and was quite pleased with every aspect of my experience. The food was fresh and hot, with the perfect level of spices, the service was fast, and it was well priced for dinner. It's a little crowded in there so it's probably best to get there early or make reservations, but overall, I would highly recommend this place.

Pros: fresh, nice use of spices, good service

Cons: small, crowded

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A friend of mine recommended this place. This place is a hole, food is greasy and the staff are ignorant. There should be better places in the area, and the lines are super long.

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★★☆☆☆

A friend of mine recommended this place. This place is a hole, food is greasy and the staff are ignorant. There should be better places in the area, and the lines are super long.

Cons: Long lines, Bad service

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I have never seen a host as self-righteous or stubborn as I did Friday night at Topaz. He tried to sit four of us around a 2-person round table (25 minutes after we showed up with a reservation). When we insisted on waiting for a 4-person table, not only did he raise his voice, he also sat the group that showed up 20 min later first when a 4-person table became available. Then he mentioned that another group had reservation at 8:30 and would also have priority over my group (we appearantly had lost our reservation AND our place in queue for refusing a table that was too small). "Luckily" that group never showed up and we were finally seated after an hour of waiting. I have alway enjoyed Topaz's food. It is such a shame that my experience had to be tainted by such lack of professionalism.

1
★★☆☆☆

I have never seen a host as self-righteous or stubborn as I did Friday night at Topaz. He tried to sit four of us around a 2-person round table (25 minutes after we showed up with a reservation). When we insisted on waiting for a 4-person table, not only did he raise his voice, he also sat the group that showed up 20 min later first when a 4-person table became available. Then he mentioned that another group had reservation at 8:30 and would also have priority over my group (we appearantly had lost our reservation AND our place in queue for refusing a table that was too small). "Luckily" that group never showed up and we were finally seated after an hour of waiting. I have alway enjoyed Topaz's food. It is such a shame that my experience had to be tainted by such lack of professionalism.

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I would recommend avoiding this restaurant as far as possible. The food is awful and the service is the worst i have ever experienced. Not only are they rude but they even heckle you to leave a tip to their satisfaction.

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★☆☆☆☆

I would recommend avoiding this restaurant as far as possible. The food is awful and the service is the worst i have ever experienced. Not only are they rude but they even heckle you to leave a tip to their satisfaction.

Pros: inexpensive

Cons: awful service

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This is quite possibly the best Thai food outside of Bangkok. The pineapple fried rice is out of this world. It is small and a bit crowded - but WORTH IT!!! My friends and I just LOVE the food here.

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★★★★★

This is quite possibly the best Thai food outside of Bangkok. The pineapple fried rice is out of this world. It is small and a bit crowded - but WORTH IT!!! My friends and I just LOVE the food here.

Pros: Delicious, High Quality, Tasty

Cons: Small dining area, Rushed service, Cramped

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We have never tasted better Thai food in NY than at Topaz. Sara (the owner) took personal care of us and her staff made our dining experience trully memorable. A bit pricy yes, but it was money well spent. We are no experts on Thai food, but I do appreciate tasty, well made food. The Salmon dish was superb, as was the beef noodle dish and the Bangkok Pork Fried Rice. Would we go again? YOU BET!!!

2
★★★★★

We have never tasted better Thai food in NY than at Topaz. Sara (the owner) took personal care of us and her staff made our dining experience trully memorable. A bit pricy yes, but it was money well spent. We are no experts on Thai food, but I do appreciate tasty, well made food. The Salmon dish was superb, as was the beef noodle dish and the Bangkok Pork Fried Rice. Would we go again? YOU BET!!!

Pros: Great service, Friendly, Food well presented

Cons: Crowded

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The food here is excellent, but contrary to what others have said, this restaurant does not have "great prices". It may be cheap by midtown standards, but for a Thai restaurant it is actually a bit pricy. Portions are small and you have to pay extra for rice... it adds up.

I still recommend it highly. The fragrant red curry vegetables are some of the best I've ever had. But if I weren't in midtown, I'd stick to my local Thai place.

2
★★★★☆

The food here is excellent, but contrary to what others have said, this restaurant does not have "great prices". It may be cheap by midtown standards, but for a Thai restaurant it is actually a bit pricy. Portions are small and you have to pay extra for rice... it adds up.

I still recommend it highly. The fragrant red curry vegetables are some of the best I've ever had. But if I weren't in midtown, I'd stick to my local Thai place.

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Don't be adventurous when eating here. I tried the Tamarind Duck expecting them to use tamarind and maybe a little bit of duck, and instead I got a plate full of straw mushrooms, pineapples, and duck skin. It was so overpoweringly sweet as to be almost inedible. And I can eat anything. Stick with the pad thai.

1
★★☆☆☆

Don't be adventurous when eating here. I tried the Tamarind Duck expecting them to use tamarind and maybe a little bit of duck, and instead I got a plate full of straw mushrooms, pineapples, and duck skin. It was so overpoweringly sweet as to be almost inedible. And I can eat anything. Stick with the pad thai.

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Excellent Thai in a charming little dining room. Have been here 3 times, and every time the food and service are top notch. In my opinion, the best Thai and price in the city.

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★★★★★

Excellent Thai in a charming little dining room. Have been here 3 times, and every time the food and service are top notch. In my opinion, the best Thai and price in the city.

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I've been to Topaz about half a dozen times and everytime I've been there, the food has been delicious and the prices are great! There are very few places like Topaz in this city!

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★★★★★

I've been to Topaz about half a dozen times and everytime I've been there, the food has been delicious and the prices are great! There are very few places like Topaz in this city!

Pros: Great price, Great food, Great service

Cons: small, can get hot

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Situated next to Carnegie Hall, this family-run Thai eatery is a quiet gem. Don't let the nautical decor left over from its predecessor throw you. Topaz' gentle staff will tailor its wide-ranging menu of aromatic soups, satays, curries and…

 

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