Location is on a small street perpendicular to the sea, in an area packed with eating places and bars.
The restaurant is a good size, and the tables are not too tight to each other. In the early evening, it could get pretty packed so it is nice to know you won't be bumping onto your next table. The ambiance is the same old Thai decor -- lots of wood, wood images, gold etc.. It's ok for a dating place or a small group. Don't think it would be ok to bring kids or too large a group though. The food was great -- the mixed sea food soup is good to share for two and you get a lot of the real deal -- shrimps, mussles and lots of mushrooms swimming in it. And deliciously spicy. The Kha Nam Jeeb (steamed dumpling) was... not good. Altho it was nicely presented in a bamboo steamer, it was flat (literally and tastewise) and the skin was tough in some parts -- sure signs of it being overcooked. For the maincourse we had the crispy fried whole sea bass. It came topped with chopped onions, chili and cilantro -- IT WAS HEAVENLY. Perfect crispiness and the garnishings helped to add to the flavor. We also had the beef green curry and it was ... ok/good. No great shakes... just good ol' reliable. Prices are not cheap but not over the top either. The serving staff could do with a bit more smiling and knowledge of their own menu. And, while it was good they left a pitcher of water on our table -- the spout of the pitcher was cracked with jagged edges. Not a very good sight really. And not very safe either. This place is good and authentic and I can only encourage it to improve where it can and keep thriving.
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