Decided to give this restaurant despite having initial misgivings. It had turned out to be better than I had thought. The decor was pleasant but the two entrances made the layout confusing as the hosting entrance was off Adams Street.
The menu is quite varied with Thai, Japanese, Chinese, and some Vietnamese influences (not mentioned though). Food is not particularly spicy which is fine for those with lower tolerances. Best dishes include the Satays and spicy beef don rice bowl. Service was good and value for money superb, you can have a decent meal with a drink for about $20.
The only criticisms I would have is the bottled wasn't very cold and the spicy dishes tended to be more salty rather than spicy. I would recommend the restaurant who want something different.
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