This restaurant is tiny, and you may have to share a table with other patrons. That said, the Thai food at this place is worth it. I strongly recommend the deep fried wantons, the crispy chicken, tom yum ramen, and of course, the pad thai. Be prepared to wait though, as this place gets pretty crowded.
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