This tiny, postage stamp-sized Thai restaurant on Main Street in Buzzards Bay is easy to miss: the very small and rather shabby building does not exactly inspire confidence in a prospective diner. The interior is not appreciably more inviting than the outside; the best that can be said is that it is bare-bones in the extreme.
However, provided that one can get past the humble appearance of the building's exterior and interior, the reality is that this unassuming little restaurant serves up some of the best Thai food that I have ever eaten. The menu is amazingly large for such a tiny place, and the prices are extremely reasonably, especially considering the very high quality of the food. I have never had a run-of-the-mill or mediocre dish served to me. Every plate is cooked to order, and delivery can be a bit protracted if all half-dozen tables are full. They also do a brisk take-out business. One very pleasant woman with modest English-speaking facility waits on table and manages the till. I can't imagine that there is more than one or at most two people in the tiny kitchen.
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