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Posted by dan Khuu on 06/09/2008
When I lived in the area, I'd get their pad thai to go once a week (at least). I've had pad thai at about 50 thai places around the country and this is THE BEST, hands down. It's spicy, huge portions, wet-style. I dream about this pad thai.
Posted by bc grad student salutes the double B on 12/15/2007
Absolutely the best restaurant in cleveland circle bar none and perhaps the best in brighton. affordable (particularly the lunch special, but its always cheap), big portions, friendly wait staff, and most importantly, delicious food. my girlfriend always laments the lack of options in Brighton ("nothing but pizza and pub fare"), but she loves the double B, says it even beats the thai options back in NYC.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/15/2007
Same as the previous reviewer, I worked in NYC in Midtown West and lamented the fact that I couldn't find pad thai as good as Bangkok Bistro. I've scoured the city and even went to NJ, but BB's pad thai is surely the best out there. The first thing I did when I returned to Boston is order BB's pad thai. Amazing.
Posted by lily on 07/11/2007
I'm currently working in New York City, but study in Boston. I have yet to find a place that can make pad thai as good as the one I order from Bangkok Bistro. I am almost to the point of tears, as it is lunch time and all I want is BB's pad thai, but I will have to settle for mediocre food here in Midtown West.
Posted by Lawrence Budiarto on 01/24/2007
I have been to Bangkok Bistro several times while I was studying in Boston in 1993-1998. I must said that this place was amazing especially with the fried chicken rice and grilled beef ball which I never had in any other places. I remember every Saturday I have to call to have a reserve for chicken rice otherwise it will sold out. I was wondering if Bangkok Bistro would like to extend their outlet in overseas such as Jakarta, Indonesia. If do so, I would be interested to get on the first line to have their franchise for South East Asia region.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/13/2006
Bangkok Bistro was the first truly great Thai experience I had after moving to Boston from California. I consider myself something of a "Thai connoisseur" and think that Bangkok Bistro is hard to beat in this area. Particularly surprising to find such a great place tucked away in Cleveland Circle- its far better than "snootier" places closer to the city. I recommend the flavorful wonton soup and the drunken noodle (w/pineapples added in).
Posted by bcstudent on 01/15/2006
Great food and good prices. I'm a student and I eat there often! delicious!