Where to begin. First of all the restaurant itself is beautifully decorated. Has amazing Buddhist influence, wall art, and statues. It feels really intimate without being overdone and tacky in my opinion. Even the menus themselves are created out of wood. Small but nice details set the place apart. I have been here several times, Spring Rolls were great, and the miso soup was delicious as well. I have had several entrees there, but my favorite standout was their panang curry. I have yet to find a better version of it at another Thai Place. Service can be hit or miss depending on your waiter/waitress. One time the person was amazing, constantly refilled rinks and checked on us. Another time they were no one to be found - however it does get very crowded in the evenings. Last but not least, try their Thai Iced Coffee!!
This place would make an excellent date night restaurant.