Was there with the wife and her family...place was quite obscure (it's located at the row of shops behind those facing the main road) but luckily was easily identifiable due to the garish lights decorating the facade of the restaurant.
Ordered Thai tom yam soup, pandan chicken, fried 'kangkung' (called morning glory there) and steamed seabass (siakap) in 'keng som' style. Food was above average and service was quick, but the highlight of the place is definitely the shakes there. Be alert to ask how much they cost beforehand though, as it is not listed in the menu.
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