I expected an "interpretation" of Thai food, based on the name. What one might get if one was limited by ingredients outside Thailand. Lunch-counter ambience, but that's fine. I wasn't into pretentious, that night.
We had Mussaman curry and a couple soups (both very good, but quite different from what we get in California), plus a squid dish. Lots of fresh broccoli in everything, and it was quite tasty. Very good Thai iced tea. The one reason they get three stars, not four, is that there seemed to be a lot more salt in the dishes than I would have preferred, and the sauces were watery, rather than thick. Still, I found everything quite reasonable, and the price was right.
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