My three star rating is based entirely on the food. The space is cozy and the hostess/waitress was very friendly. Several people came in to pick up take-out orders and she greeted them by name -- obviously this restaurant has a big neighborhood clientele.
We ate tod mun (fish cakes), tom kha gai (coconut milk soup), crispy lad na (noodles), and a red curry. The soup was very good and the highlight of the meal. In the other dishes, the lime, chili, mint, and other accents of Thai cuisine weren't noticeable. Though the red curry was listed as moderately spicy on the menu, it wasn't. The lad na -- a dish of Chinese origin -- was made with thin egg noodles instead of wide flat rice noodles and it was drowning in sweet brown gravy.
The menu says that the kitchen can adjust the spiciness level according to customer request. If we go back, we will ask for the food to be prepared like it is in Thailand, but usually in such places all that means is more chili pepper is thrown in. I'd say this is a great place for fairly inexpensive and reasonably good Americanized Thai food, but it's not as authentic as the other reviews led me to believe.
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