This is my favorite Thai joint. The kids enjoy the fried rice and I love the glass noodles. The calamari is also delicious.
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Hip vibe — clean decor. Upbeat feel and good ambiance— worked great for a family get together with cousins but a good date night place as well. Had one of the specials — a curried duck — ample portion with a lot of fresh vegetables...More
I just can't stand it when I become addicted to something that's fried. ....GRHHHH!!! Song has the absolutely best fried calamari EVER!!! Yummy. Their drinks are a bit on the expensive side ($7 for a beer, $9 for a cocktail) but that's the Slope. The...More
First was dificult to find when you are looking for a thai restaurant and it looks lke a modern western chick pub. The atmosfeer was nothing to do with an asian place.Terrible noisy with loud music coming from low quality speekers system. Cold air would...More
I have been coming to Song for years as the food is always delicious and the service can be a little spotty but nonetheless, it always turned out fine. However, today was a totally different experience. The guy behind the counter, God bless his eyes...More
We found this place(just, as it was not signed very well from the street)after searching for Thai restaurants on TripAdvisor. It was close and had some good reviews. When we entered the establishment it had a cool vibe and we were seated quickly at a...More
Ok. This time I had some alleged spicy pad Thai. Ahhhh. Not so good. It was so salty I couldn't eat it. However, upon telling the waiter of my unpleasant experience, I was made another fresh serving to take home and ate it later that...More
We were trying to get to Joya but traffic was heavy. We opted for Song which is the sister restaurant of Joya. We were happy we did. The place lacks a definite ambience, however the food is very good. We enjoyed everything we tried. Calamari...More
Song is the best thai food in Brooklyn. Food portions are big, prices are low. Really great ambience. Waiters are friendly.