One of the best Thai restaurants I've been to (we've been here 5 or 6 times). From the outside, the restaurant doesn't look like much. When you get upstairs you feel you're in another world. The atmosphere makes you feel like you're in Thailand with all of the art and sculptures. The waitress (her name is Nok Udomlug) is dressed in a traditional Thai dress. She's very friendly.
Now for the food. We started with thai house salad (with peanut dressing), satay (beef skewers), po pia (spring rolls), goong nong wong (wontons). The prawns (kanom jeeb) were very tasty. And if you want, try the sampler (great price).
The main meals I've tried which I can recommend are my favorite goong grob (#45 - jumbo fried shrimp with sweet chili sauce), kai yang (spicy barbecue chicken), ped kra teim (boneless roasted duck), moo smile (grilled pork), and all sorts of varieties of the thai rice. They also have a large selection of vegetarian dishes.
Don't forget the thai iced tea and the fried bananas with vanilla ice-cream (not on the menu, but you can order it!).
She said: 4 tongues July 18, 2009
What a great find this place was.This was a lucky click of the mouse – we had no idea what they had on the menu, how good the food was, what it looked like inside.All we knew was they served Thai food.And 5 years and more than 15 visits later, we still keep coming back for more. My problem each time I go there is how not to over-order.Everything is just good.For appetizers, I recommend Satay, Thai Spring Rolls, Wonton, and Prawn Rolls.If you can’t decide, get the Thai House Sampler.My personal favorite?Curry Puffs.For the main course, I always have a hard time deciding from the Nuer Kra Prow (sautéed beef with chili, garlic, and basil leaves), Ped Kra Tiem (boneless roasted duck topped with crispy garlic and pepper), and Pad See Eew (pan-fried flat noodles with chicken, mixed vegetables, and egg in sweet soy sauce).For dessert, be sure to order their excellent green tea ice-cream.