We decided to dine here as the menu looked interesting. Shortly after being seated, one of the cheerful and enthusiastic waitstaff brought water and menus. It's a pity that the two soups we ordered - tom yum goong and tak kha gai were extremely salty. They were both packed with ingredients, but the former lacked spiciness. This was quite disappointing, given that tom yum goong is such an icon of Thai cuisine.
The wok-tossed seafood was OK, as was the red duck curry, but we thought that the portion sizes were somewhat lacking - taking into consideration the prices ($32 and $27, respectively). The so-called Thai jasmine rice was only warm when served and we were not sure if it was indeed jasmine rice. The grains seemed too fat and the fragrance just wasn't there.
The night we dined there, the restaurant was packed. We are not sure if that is because the other dishes are great or some other reason.
Most unlikely to return.
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