Don't go expecting a welcoming atmosphere, a pretty seating place or anything fancy.
This place offers one of the most down right authentic thai dishes.
We started with the shrimp spring rolls, which were ok, then the chicken satai which we had to continue cooking on a little brick oven, I loved the little idea, the peanut sauce was very fresh.
For entrees we ordered shrimp red curry with white rice, the curry was not very thick, but very flavorful, and for the second entree I had the shrimps with red chilies and garlic. I preferred the curry, my chilies shrimp dish was so dense in flavor.
The service was very average, infact the waiter couldn't understand some of the words, but that's alright because we were after the food.