Thai Angel’s

155 Lexington Ave. Mount Kisco, NY 10549 • (914) 666-0937


I only ordered take out, so I can’t really speak too thoroughly about service or decor. But, what brief service I had, was good. So no complaints there. Decor is on par with most purist Thai places, which means unchanged since the 70’s. For some reason the contemporary decor trends of the 21st haven’t taken to Thai restaurants like they have with other Asian restaurants.

And as for the name, I have to admit it sounds more like a place to get a sensual massage than a bite to eat.

But all of that aside, I unfortunately didn’t find the food to be all that impressive. Thai House in Ardsley is MUCH better. As is Noodle+ in White Plains.

But for Northern Westchester, I guess it’s the only game in town because the Pad Thai at Waka is an abomination and Spoon is just a train wreck. So, it’ll have to do. Just wish it was better.

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265 N Central Ave. Hartsdale, NY 10530 • (914) 949-2900 •


While I like the whole natural burger concept and the décor is a faux rustic cool, that’s about as far as my praise can go.

Oh wait, I forgot that the onion rings were quite good. I think they are breaded in an herbed batter similar to that used on mozzarella sticks- but it is WAY better on rings.

Okay, now for the rub. First, the kitchen is tragically slow, making an outing with hungry, tired kids something akin to waterboarding for parents. Fortunately the server was friendly and accommodating.

The other drag, and the much more serious offense, is that nothing other than the rings made it above the “eh” mark, and I even had their best seller, The Roadhouse, with its recommended bison patty and brioche bun.

Wifey had the Mediterranean and it was pretty bland I have to say. Westchester Burger Company’s version blows it away.

And the fries sort of reminded me of In and Out fires, but in a bad way. A little cardboard-y.

Plus, the burgers on the kids menu are so friggin’ small, they’re even too small for kids! My son blew through his in about 6 bites and needed to order a second, from the turtle-paced kitchen.

Even the oatmeal cookie, baked apple ice cream sandwich for dessert was so underwhelming that between all for of us, we didn’t even finish it, and it’s not huge by any stretch.

Now, if I haven’t managed to sway you yet, I saved the best, and by that I mean “grossest,” for last. The bathrooms. They were so filthy it was like someone has a water balloon fight in them, only instead of water in the balloons, they used urine. Nothing like an unsettling trip to the lavatory to wash your hands before you eat, only to find yourself feeling even more dirty than when you entered.

Sorry Bareburger, but I don’t think I can bear another visit.

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