The finding the place part is a little tricky because you notice more the "Beer" signs instead of the Thai signs, so you can get a little bit confused about if you're at the right place or not. And that night there was no room inside so we had to sit out at the deck which was infested with mosquitoes (clouds of mosquitoes) over our heads infested), they should put some fans or burn incense or citronela, something in those situations because it is very uncomfortable to try to enjoy your food while fighting mosquitoes. We asked to please be moved inside if a table cleared up which they did, so after that we where able to enjoy the food.
We tried the ribs and the lettuce wraps, very good and noticed a garden outside the place with fresh herbs and things they seem to be using in there food, that was great! Also tried the sweet potato coconut soup which was surprisingly good! Ordered a very tasty tuna, a great tasting pad thai, and a couple of other things, favorite was the pad thai!
A suggestion, they should try to add some "thai" influenced desserts to the menu, we would have definitely tried them but chocolate cake or creme brule didn't really seemed attractive in that context since we wanted a different food experience, not what you might find someplace else.
Overall, was good, just try to work with those suggestions! And, if the place is really filling up that much that frequently, you maybe should consider expanding!