The menu holds reliable renditions of standards but also offers a few surprises. Delicate steamed dumplings stuffed with chives (kuchai) or chicken and onion (cho mung) are good starters; noodle dishes and salads such as pla koong, a kicky mix of shrimp, vegetables, and hot peppers, also deliver. Curry lovers have many options, including bold kang mus sa mon and a green curry full of bamboo shoots, eggplant, and basil. Thai custard and delicate butter cookies beckon from the pastry case. Servers maintain enviable composure even under pressure.
Dishes We Liked
Kuchai ($5.25), pla koong ($8.75), cho mung ($6.25), kang mus sa mon ($9.45), golden noodles with shrimp ($7.25), kang keaw wan ($9.45), lychee ($1.75), Thai custard ($2.5), butter cookies ($3 per eight ounces)
BYO (up to $5 corkage) child friendly wheelchair accessible