Queens >Food & Dining > Q Thai Bistro
10825 Ascan Ave, Flushing, NY | Directions 1137540.718157 -73.840710
Neighborhoods: Forest Hills
a beautiful decored/avg. food/high priced restaurant – Went here last night because I was recommended by my date
I mostly go to eat in Manhattan and was surprised that there could be such a nice looking restaurant in Queens. The service for this restaurant was pretty good until it got a little crowded toward the end of the evening. The food wasn't even all that great to justify the high prices for a thai restaurant in Queens as I've been to restaurants way nicer and spent 200% less
I would recommend hopping on the train and getting a real bite to eat and avoid wasting your money so that way you get a better meal for your money
Excellent, reliable food and service – Q Thai is one of the best in Forest Hills. I've dined there at least 20 times and have always had excellent food and service. If you made me choose, I recommend the walnut/gorgonzola salad and the chicken gang-ped; it's actually very hard to pick an entree because they really are all amazing. Good wine list too. They do a ridiculously inexpensive lunch during the week and brunch on Saturday and Sunday, but don't get much of a day crowd for some reason. The only downside is that the restaurant is very small, so it is always packed; I don't know if they take reservations but there is always a wait for dinner on the weekends.
Not a fan of thai food, however... – This place I happened to like their food. Nice, quaint, romantic restaurant in the heart of Forrest Hills, what can be better than that? Seems as if this place is trying to be as classy and upscale as a restaurant in the city and I think they are doing a pretty decent job at it.
Waste of money – This place is a rip off. The food is quite pedestrian and the attitude from the staff is very snobby. Six dollars for a small pellegrino in Forest Hills???????????? Who you kidding.
Shocked! – Food was pretty good! Thai/French Fusion--didn't know they went together. Nice atmosphere, kinda jazzy. A little pricey for Thai food but was real good! My bf had filet mignon with a mushroom gravy. He doesn't like mushrooms and ate it all!!! I told him after he was done that he had mushrooms and he was shocked! I had chicken in a garlic sauce- I played it safe. Not too many options on the menu. Very romantic, dim lighting, nice music, polite staff, very quaint rest. Will go again!
One of my favorites – Having read the other reviews, I think most of the diners missed the boat on this, especially those looking for "authentic" Thai. Its not authentic because it is a Thai French fusion restaurant, a la Vong. Get with the Program... The food, service, and ambience are always great and one of the owners is ALWAYS there making sure that all of the above are consistent. The Drunken Noodles and the Seared Tuna appetizers are superb and you can't go wrong with anything else on the menu either. The only things that get pricey are the specials. Avoid those and the value is definately there.
Great tasting food but pricey – food is tasty but expensive. Pad Thai (noodles, veggies and slivers of meat) should not cost 15 dollars.
Best Thai Food in FH – Q's food is quite tasty and the ambiance cozy and warm. Love the whole red snapper and the drunken noodle.
Thai, Fusion, Whatever – Have been twice, both times food was outstanding, haven't been disappointed. Always fresh and flavorful. Service was more than adequate, the first visit was very crowded and noisy, but then it's a small tightly set cafe. Tonight's visit it was a lot quieter, maybe because it was Sunday. Enjoyed it very much and can't wait to return.
Pricey but good – Good food, even if it's inauthentic Thai. Was there last Tues with my bf. Beef salad - a little chewy, but good. Peppercorn-encrusted tuna - wasabi dip packs a punch, despite its innocuous light green color. Chilean sea bass - highly recommended! Twister shrimp - too salty and nothing spectacular; Mango sorbet - so flavorful and rich, it tasted like ice cream! I'd go back again.
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