We have eaten in this restaurant more than a dozen times in the last three years or so, most recently last week. It is convenient for us as we can walk there – no worries about breathalysers. An addition to the original Thai and Chinese cuisine in the last year or so is a selection of Japanese dishes. Whatever dishes we have tried have been at least good, and some excellent, like the duck (breast) in plum sauce, or king prawn chow mein. Starters of king prawn butterflied in breadcrumbs or tempura batter are good, as is the crab meat and sweet corn soup. When we have paid a visit, we wonder why we don't go there more often. The only little niggle is that prawn crackers are served after you have ordered or even after the first course is served; so, if you want to have a nibble with a drink while you peruse the menu, ask for them to be served first. Overall, good food, well presented at a reasonable price.