This is an odd place to eat: there's a quickie cafeteria-feeling area at street level, and a sunken white tablecloth and real napkins section. We were seated in the former; wished we were in the latter. We can highly recommend the salmon, won ton soup and flavorful and warming tom kha. Thai iced tea was terrific: a LARGE glass and strong, so the melting ice didn't dissipate the flavor, as is often the case. We weren't offered dessert or post-meal caffeine -- perhaps these are not an option?
We had a waiter whom some probably appreciated for his punctilious care: we felt smothered. We dislike acting curt, but we dislike even more having the menu explained to us (we are capable of reading and asking questions) and being hovered over. After a while, it became funny.