My take on this restaurant is that it is trying to be an authentic modern thai restaurant, and so there are a lot of dishes you don't normally see in thai restaurant. The food is usually very good, they can occasional be inconsistent, maybe I was unlucky and got new staff on a weekday and this was at their pitt street location. I have heard some people complain about the menu being to big (weird criticism, but it is big). So people may have not like the service, I have seen them move people around mid meal, which I think is not really professional, but I would probable be OK with it my self. Best dishes are the bpla raadt prik (whole snapper with chillies and garlic), yum nuea (which is described as beef salad, but is more like a beef dish with fresh salad vegetables instead of cooked that you have with rice.
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