We had a family dinner there in September 2013.
The restaurant is very nicely designed, an open space with a few separations.
As we recently came back from Thailand, the food listed in the menu seemed like something you can really order in a restaurant in Thailand.
The portions we ordered came quite fast, and were very tasty. One cannot compare their spiciness to the original Thai portions, but then again - they have to make *some* adaptation to the Israeli (or the non-Thai, to be precise) taste.
The price, considering the food quality and the whole experience, is quite good.
We would also mention the great deserts we had - mango sticky rice and banana loti, which were both very good.
All in all, definitely a place worth visiting.
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