This seems to be a pretty popular neighborhood restaurant, with a good sized dine in crowd and a lot of takeout action on weekday evenings. The interior décor is a bit odd, rather theatrical, with a cave theme, the ceiling looks like a rock climbing surface, and there’s a giant stalactite sculpture hanging in one corner. The seating was comfortable enough, and the dining room’s not noisy even when the room’s full. Food however was not impressive, none of the dishes were very flavorful or spicy. Everything tasted bland, and that’s not something you’d usually associate with Thai food. Both the shrimp cakes and pad Thai were very gelatinous. Overall, there’s nothing bad about the food and if you don’t have expectations of what you think Thai food should be like then you’ll have an ok experience. It’s just not going to be memorable in anyway.
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