I share the opinion of many other reviewers that this is an extraordinarily good Thai restaurant, one that would stand up well on the streets of Bangkok. (It's cuisine is mostly from that region.) What most impressed me was the careful attention to the balancing of flavors. For example, I had some simple lemonade with my lunch. They had added a bit of salt to it to balance the sweetness of the lemonade. It reminded me of a condiment that you often find with fruit in Thailand composed of equal amounts of white sugar and salt with a hefty dose of chili powder. The same care to balancing flavors, which is a central tenet of Thai cuisine, could be found across the board.
I sampled their papaya salad which was simple compared to others I've had, really just shredded green papaya and tomato, but still delicious, light and satisfying. I also tried their spring rolls, requesting a vegetarian substitution of tofu for chicken or pork. These also were delicious and nicely balanced for both flavor and texture. It was clear that everyone was really enjoying their entrees around the table. For the vegetarians, choices were plentiful and the restaurant was amenable to substitutions.
Service was prompt and friendly (my hosts were well known to the owners). The place was rather empty as were there on a Saturday early in the afternoon, so it was hard to assess how noisy it might be when really full. Our bill was very reasonable and given the quality of the food, very good value. I will go again!
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