This is a perfectly decent, local Thai restaurant, but there is nothing special about the food that is served. On the night that I visited, I started with a few spicy crackers - the sight of the manager/owner fishing out the crackers from a black plastic bin liner (itself inside a plastic bucket) behind the bar was not particularly appetising, but hey, I knew I wasn't going to get haute cuisine. A starter of prawn cakes was frankly disappointing: tough and chewy rather than light and crisp. However, the meal was somewhat redeemed by a main course of pad thai with prawns, which was pretty tasty, and came with 5 decent sized king prawns (which hadn't been de-veined, but what's a bit of prawn intestine between friends).
The atmosphere is ok, nothing special, and service is efficient. However, there is clearly a loyal clientele, and the manager/owner took time to talk to diners and welcome back regular customers. Also, the price of dishes on the menu I think is generally very good, and the restaurant therefore offers great value for money.
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