I was initially hesitant about this place - it looked like a manic kitchen with glorified street food and crammed in seating - but I could not have been more wrong. On our first visit, me and my boyfriend ordered several dishes to try - two appetisers and three main courses, as well as a couple of drinks each (I cannot recommend the "Chocolate Ice" strongly enough). The food came fairly promptly, given how busy the restaurant was, and was absolutely delicious - the cashew chicken was far better than the same dish I'd had at restaurants for twice the price! In total our bill was only about 480 Baht, which seemed ridiculously good value considering the amount of food we had, how tasty it was, and how easy it would have been (given the location and popularity) for the establishment to overcharge. Every dish we tried was delicious each time we visited. The staff seemed very organised, and the extensive menu allowed the customer to pick which meat they wanted, and to decide how spicy they would like each dish. There is a queue at times, but it's mostly so the tables aren't uncomfortably crowded - the kitchen seems to be able to cope with the current capacity of the restaurant and no more, so kudos to Ninja's for not squeezing in more tables just to make more money.
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