1619 2ND Ave, New York, NY | Directions 1002840.776740 -73.952800
“Restaurant was casual and comfortable, but had enough ambience to make it a great date spot.”
“The food was very good.”
“He usually wishes he can order the whole menu.”
“We've declared it our favorite Thai restaurant.”
“The price is always right and the service has always been pleasant.”
“The price is fairly reasonable, but the service is pretty slow.”
“Affordable, Tasty, Service is slow”
My favorite place to go.. Though the overall review says this place isn't romantic, my man and I find this place so cozy. The food is always delicious. The price is always right and the service has always been pleasant. We've declared it our favorite Thai restaurant.
Jasmine.... beside i have to wait long time with my food, waiter service ok but unfriendly. that was really a bad time for me and my girl friend. if u try to find romantic place try other place..
Yum. For a Thai first-timer, this was definitely a good start. Restaurant was casual and comfortable, but had enough ambience to make it a great date spot. Though the service was a bit lacking, the food packed enough punch to make up for it. Seating outdoors in the summer is a great option, as is their take-out.
good Thai. The food was very good. The ambiance was nice. I can't wait to go in the summer when all the doors are open (or at least they look like they open). The service was good until it got busy... then it got slow. Overall it was pleasant and I would definitely go again.
This Thai neighborhood crowd-pleaser serves up passable but not
quite destination-worthy standards..
Jasmine is simply appointed in dark wood. In the afternoons and early evenings, it is a bright, cheery restaurant, full of families with kids; then, when evening falls, the lights are lowered and the music raised (slightly), as the room fills with young Upper East Side couples.
The restaurant serves an array of standard Thai fare. Jasmine's version of pad thai, rice noodles fried with shrimp, egg, and tofu, achieves a nice balance of sweet and savory, with a good chewy texture. Coconut-milk curries, like a tart green one with vegetables, and a richer, ruddy Panang-style one with chicken or beef, are fine examples of the genre. An appetizer of vegetable summer rolls is on the dry side; much better is the yam nuer yarng, an excellent salad of grilled steak slices, onions, and greens, liberally dressed with lime juice. Coconut rice pudding makes a fine, subtle dessert.
Repeat customer. Jasmine has become a weekly ritual for me. Their Pad Thai is really good, as is the Mee Ga Thi. Their coconut milk soup is also delicious! Pork chop wasn't great, so that's the one thing I would say not to order. They are also good about catering to allergy requirements (i.e. no shrimp...not so sure about peanut allergies, though...) Service is pretty slow, but the delivery is pretty quick.
great food for great prices. I have been to a number of Thai places in the city but Jasmine is still my favorite. It has the best food..and at the best prices. In comparision Rain's food was horrible at twice the price.
The best thai food. I have visited NYC six times and a visit would not be complete without eating at Jasmine's. Their food is wonderful and the atmosphere is casual yet impressive. I would recommed everyone try Jasmine's at least once, and I guarentee you'll have to go back!!!
jasmine ...love it. very good food...a bit oily. no dish over $12...the steak-salad is great. a very active restaurant...get the sticky rice
Affordable good one!.
Very good food, with a wide range of taste to choose from. Tasty wihtout being hot-spicy, and the fried dish still managed to be light, not greasy at all. And you get the whole thing for such a nice price. We'll be back there.
Service is the down side: the waiter was extremely unhelpfull and couldn't care less to what we order or if we enjoy.
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