This place is really, really good. Of course, for the price and the Michelin rating, you'd kinda hope it would be. As other reviewers have stated, don't plan on making a quick stopover of it; really plan to settle in. They will NOT be rushed. Others have complained that there's nothing fancy (and warranting the price) about Thai food- but I disagree. It's exactly what it's supposed to be- exceptionally prepared and perfectly flavored food. A word of advice, however: when they offer a choice of spice level and let you know that "mild" is actually pretty hot, don't be a hero and go for the "medium". Just don't. Your palate will thank you. The guy refilling your water glass will thank you. The date sitting across from you not having to witness your "I'm not crying" tears will thank you.
I have been to this restuarant quite a few times. It is casual and the service is great. They have a few of the traditional tables that you sit in. It is owned by a husband and a wife and they make you feel like they are cooking for you at their home. The husband, Anthony, is a Sushi Chef and makes all of your sushi fresh as you order himself. I would highly reccomend this restaurant for a special date, or even a family dinner. Sincerely, Lisa Malinowski
This place was once recommended on Check, please! so I went there with my friend. Place is very small, looks very ordinary but food was very good. We tried their spring rolls (best once I've ever had), Pad Thai noodles w/chicken and some rice dish. For one appetizer, two entrees and couple cups of green tea our bill came up to under $20! If you want lots of good Thai food for good price, this is the place to go!