My Thai wife and I had dinner recently and were pleased. They don't have Som Dtam (papaya salad), which is a Thai staple, since they mostly cater to non-Thai, but that's understandable considering where they were. Fish, pork, and noodle dishes were good, fresh, and tasty, and spiced as ordered. They did use the authentic holy basil (spicy bai grapao) in the right dishes, which is one of the marks of a more authentic Thai restaurant. We would come back again.
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