We were 4 and shared two appetizers and four entrees, the bill was $108 including 5 beers which were served nicely cold. As we sat we asked if the dishes were served as traditionally in Thai restaurant to be shared, and the answer was "oh yes, family style, with a large bowl of rice". There wasn't much wait, the calamari were crispy and the sauce tangy, the chicken on the skewer pretty tasteless, and idem for the peanut sauce served with it. All four main courses were good, bu one extremely spicy, while we had asked for medium spice for all. The ribs were particularly good, juicy and tender, the shrimps dish had three large shrimps and small shrimps (we assumed to save money!). The servers were pleasant. When the bill came to our surprise there was a $2 that was added to it with the mention "family style". When asked the manager said that the owner charges that because the family style dishes are slightly bigger and a large bowl of rice is served rather than small ones. We had checked the tables next to us, the servings appeared the same, and we ended leaving half of the "big bowl" of rice. We suggested that the owner adds a few cents here and there and avoid irritating the customers with such a chintzy charge!.. If you call for reservations and they offer to sit outside DON'T DO IT, You'll end up with claustrophobia sitting in a alley between two tall buildings. The inside is dark no doubt to hide the inexpensive chairs and set up. Probably okay for college students?