I don't normally like crowds but this is one time I'll make an exception. Yes, Sundays are busy and it's the only day the temple opens to serve real traditional Thai cuisine. Temple volunteers man a variety of food booths where you can sample some of the food. You flavor your dishes yourself so no surprises on spices. Prices are no higher than $5. per dish It's difficult to decide what to try out as there are many choices. The grounds, along the Palm River, are peaceful and surprisingly relaxing considering the number of people there. We shared a picnic table with two Thai sisters who were very pleasant and informative. We strolled through the Meditation Garden which leads to the temple. The temple tself is open to the public with occasional presentations on Bhuddism. There's also a garden area where plants, including orchids, are for sale - again, at extremely reasonable prices. Will I go back again? You bet!