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Blue Chili Restaurant

  • SW User Rating 0 ratings 15 reviews

251 West 51st Street (51st St.& 8th Ave.), New York, NY 10019 | (212) 757-4006

Blue Chili Restaurant Reviews

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Ordered the salmon, really flavorful.

Written by on 9/8/2011 | 2 other reviews | Member since 2011
Jean ordered from here over a year ago

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had the pad see ew.. no flavor

Written by on 7/20/2011 | Member since 2010
Kathleen ordered from here over a year ago

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I used to order from Siam Inn, which shut down and became Blue Chili. I have to say the Kow Pad Kra Pow is nothing like it used to be before. It used to have chunks of chicken, peppers and a fried egg. I loved it. Today I ordered it and it did not resemble anything similar to what I remembered. There is no egg, the chicken is minced so small you can barely tell it's meat. There are no vegetables except a few pieces of onion and scallions. I would not order from here again.

Written by on 5/16/2011 | 2 other reviews | Member since 2006
Miranda ordered from here over a year ago

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Good, reasonable lunch specials, great tom yum goong soup

Written by on 4/12/2011 | 1 other review | Member since 2010
Christine ordered from here over a year ago

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I've tried a few different items (thai iced tea, some noodle dishes, etc.), everything's been good, prices are average, service is fairly quick (always fits within the estimated time frame), they always read the special instructions (like not putting ice in the thai tea)

Written by on 4/6/2011 | 2 other reviews | Member since 2010
Kailey ordered from here over a year ago

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excellent every time!!!

Written by on 3/3/2011 | 1 other review | Member since 2010
Hector ordered from here over a year ago

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The food took over an hour to arrive, and was not hot. I also asked them to leave out the bok choy but they didn't do so. The food tasted fine, but in light of the above I don't see myself ordering again anytime soon.

Written by on 1/24/2011 | Member since 2010
Luis ordered from here over a year ago

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My Kow Krapow lunch order was extremely salty, the curry puff was great and delivery was prompt.

Written by on 12/19/2010 | 4 other reviews | Member since 2007
Roslyn ordered from here over a year ago

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What happened to the menu? I don't see my favorite dishes anymore.... but it seems prices have significantly dropped.

Written by on 6/1/2010 | 3 other reviews | Member since 2006
satoru ordered from here over a year ago

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It's one of those places that you'll never complain about bad sushi. Sure, you may find a place that has "superior" sushi, but this place is just consistent high quality sushi. If you order sushi enough, you know it's not worth saving $1.50 to get a low quality roll. My one complaint is that they started skimping over the last fe months. 2 times i was missing chopsticks. And they almost never include extra soy sauce for the Steamed Thai Dumplings like they used too. FYI the Steamed Thai Dumplings are freaking amazing. Like crack in a dumpling.

Written by on 3/17/2010 | 9 other reviews | Member since 2008
Sean ordered from here over a year ago

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Food is excellent all the time.

Written by on 2/5/2010 | 5 other reviews | Member since 2008
Stacey ordered from here over a year ago

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Some think that it's always a good idea to hide culinary imperfections behind large quantities of salt. Does it ever really work?

Written by on 10/12/2009 | 21 other reviews | Member since 2009
Zaur ordered from here over a year ago

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Very tasty eggplant and tofu basil, somewhat oily but the best thai I have had here so far.

Written by on 9/30/2009 | 6 other reviews | Member since 2009
Nicole ordered from here over a year ago

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Very over priced Sushi. The fish doesn't seem to be fresh and the rice is really plain (Japonica: sushi's rice is mixed special vinegar). I wouldn't order from there again.

Written by on 7/17/2008 | 1 other review | Member since 2007
Ahmed ordered from here over a year ago

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I'd been to this restaurant before for sushi and enjoyed my experience, but when you're not distracted by the hip ambience and it's delivery, the food really has to make a showing. I ordered the Malaysian Crepes, and while they weren't bad, they were not crepes. It was more of an empanada, and the flavors of the filling clashed with the dipping sauces -- with neither of them all that good. Next came the lobster bisque, and again I was disappointed. Instead of the richness of the bisque adding to the delight of the indulgent dish, it was heavy and overrun with flavors that clashed. I couldn't eat it all, and I had to force myself to fish for the lobster just so the precious meat wouldn't go to waste in the overwhelming sauce. I had also ordered a Thai iced tea. This was the tell-tale sign that Blue Chili isn't prepared to field a delivery market because it came in a disposable serving bowl rather than in a cup, along with another serving bowl of ice. I couldn't figure out at first what it was supposed to be. The disappointing end to the meal was the fried ice cream. I've ordered fried ice cream delivery before, and I'm experienced enough to know that this needs to go into the freezer while I eat my entrees. This occasion was no different. However, when I pulled it out of the freezer and stuck my fork in the fried green tea ice cream, the melted ice cream oozed out. (I've never had this happen with other fried ice cream deliveries before.) MOreover, the 'fried' part of the dessert was basically deep fried dough. This may be an attempt at the amalgamation of tempura or Chinese fried banana dishes with the favorite Mexican dessert concept, but it doesn't work with green tea or red bean ice cream, both flavors I love normally.

Written by on 4/25/2007 | Member since 2004
Patricia ordered from here over a year ago


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