I've never been a curry eater. But I read the rave reviews about the green-curry dishes here, so I decided to be adventurous. This entrée can be made with a variety of meats and sea foods. I went with chicken. The meal is prepared with "coconut milk, Thai green curry, bamboo shoots, snow peas, carrots, green beans, bell peppers, kefir lime, fresh basil leaves." Indeed, all the vegetables were fresh. The entrée came, for me, with brown rice. The meal was fantastic. There's no other way to describe it. I couldn't believe how delicious the curry sauce was. The plate was awash in it, fortunately. I used the large spoon to scoop up some rice and bath it in that sauce.
The ambiance was that of a small but cozy café with charm. Soft, instrumental music from speakers helped to create a relaxing atmosphere. The chairs and benches were cushioned. There was decorative artwork on the walls. A seated Buddha waited inside the entrance.
The kitchen and adjacent areas were a beehive of activity. I got the impression that this is a family-run business. Service was excellent.
My rating is actually a 4 1/2. There's not much to see outdoors beyond the outside seating areas. The restaurant is not located in a scenic part of town. If it were, my rating would be a solid 5.