We've heard a couple good remarks about CdB and decided to put it up against our usual Thai hangout, and we were not disappointed! My go-to dish is a Massaman Curry (gang massaman), and this one was wonderful! Beef, potatoes and peanuts in a thicker peanut sauce was absolutely delicious. A "moderate" spice level was equivalent to a jalapeno-based sauce, and had just the right "burn" to bring out all the different flavors in the dish. A slightly different mix of flavors was in the Pineapple Fried Rice, which included bell pepper, pineapple, raisins, and cashews. "She" ordered it mild, but the dish is incredibly flavorful anyway. And the menu is long, presenting the conundrum of deciding how often to return to try more dishes, versus enjoying our usual place.
Be aware that there are only 9-10 tables, seating about 35 diners, but if you arrive at the wrong time, it's worth waiting. Service seemed a little slow at first, until we realized that only a few tables had been served - we were last in a line of people who had arrived right at Friday dinnertime. And, it appeared that the Thai couple in the kitchen were giving individual, loving attention to each dish. No mass production here!
We also noticed a Scene magazine award on the wall, for "Best Serving Size." Initially we were curious what was up with that, but then saw that the "entrees" being served to other tables were huge and being shared across two plates. The presentation of the entrees is lovely as well.