I've been here for lunch on several occasions. The setting is unusual, with a very modest exterior leading into a sizeable interior, offering diverse seating options including large, long tables for groups. The restaurant design is quirky and eclectic, and so are the customers - a mix of backpackers, university students and professionals in suits. The meals are very reasonably priced. I enjoyed the chicken larb - a generous serving with heaps of flavour. Although I'm a fan of spicy food, I was a little surprised that the dish packed so much chili heat. I would also recommend the Tom Yum Soup - lovely sweet, sour and spicy flavours with chicken and veges, combined with a generous serve of perfectly cooked rice, this was very good budget dining at only $6. The kitchen staff appear to be thai and I noticed most of the food coming out of the kitchen was in an asian style. All of the curries, noodle and rice dishes looked tasty and well-presented. Coffee, baked items and italian-style dishes were also available, but seemed significantly less popular.
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