Stumbled into this inviting-looking little place after a few hours at Wat Pho. It's conveniently located between Wat Pho and Tha Tien pier, and clearly relies on tired and hungry tourists seeking a place to relax and refuel. It gets busy, has a high turnover, and while staff are not pushy this is not the place for endless lingering. Service is efficient but not overly warm.
The interior is a comfortable mix of recycled and second-hand furniture, silk cushions and modern art. Large open windows contribute to an open feeling, and there's pavement seating that offers a glimpse of the wat.
The menu features both western and standard Thai dishes (green curry, pad thai etc), so would probably suit those with finicky kids - and the less experimental.
The pad thai was on the bland side, nothing to write home about, but quick and reasonably priced.
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