When I was at this restaurant 2 years ago, it was pretty good. During my recent visit, the food was just okay. My brother, sister-in-law, and I shared tom kar soup, shrimp dumplings and tod mun (fish cakes). All were as expected - good and up to par. Our main courses, however, left much to be desired. Between the three of us, there was panang curry, tom yum noodle soup and hickey with vermicelli noodles. Of the three dishes, the panang curry was really good. The other two were super spicy (the way we had requested), but there was not much else. My tom yum soup was was not sour and didn't have the usual layers of flavors that's to be expected in a Thai dish. My sister-in-law's vermicelli dish was bland except for the super salty fish sauce. She was yearning for my homemade fish sauce made from my mom's family recipe. My recommendation is find another Thai restaurant if you want authenticity.
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