After reading so many great reviews of Long Grain, our expectations were high. We weren't disappointed. It's hard to pull off a sense of warmth while using lot's of wood and glass yet they've nailed it here. The small dining room is attractive enough to be a draw in itself. Add in well-prepared food and efficient service and you have a winning combination. Our meal of shared appetizer dumplings, an order of pad thai and another of pad ke mao plus an iced tea totaled $57 including tip. A splurge for lunch but, if we lived nearby, one that we'd happily repeat often!