We have to this unassuming, looking only like "the obligatory oriental restaurant all small towns in Canada must have on their main street" most of the times we have been to Moose Jaw, which is usually twice a year.
Inside, it's not much, visually, the usual tables and booths. Wait staff is western or Thai, and only if you ask do you discover that they are mostly (all?) extended family of the owner.
But, the food is nourishment what Mozart is to music; exquisite, perfectly cooked, and well presented.
The menu is large an comprehensive, with most of the descriptions incomprehensible to Western understanding, at least for trying to determine what something might taste like. Our policy has been to basically say something like "we'd like a # of courses, we are not/moderately/very hungry, and we'll take whatever the chef thinks is really good today. We have never been disappointed.
And the price has always been right!
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