Went there for Friday brunch with a few friends. We were the only booking and another table was seated all the way on the other side of the restaurant.
We started off with the dim-sum which was clearly not home-made (or their dim-sum chef needs to find a new profession). They we unappealing and over-cooked.
We quickly moved on to the Thai focused main courses which were delicious, especially the green curry.
Service was slow as everything was ordered a la carte and even with less than 15 guests in the restaurant, most things took about 10 minutes or more to prepare.
My advice to Isaan. Stay away from the Chinese dim-sum and stick to what you do know because the Thai food is delicious
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