Good Standards at Lunch.
The best time to eat here is definitely at lunch. The service is efficient and the lunch specials are a deal. Stick with the basics, like the curries, which are well spiced. I especially like the prawn panang curry; it doesn't have the cloying sweetness that so many other Thai restaurants in this area think Americans like, but it's got a lot of bite. Veggie dishes are so-so. Quick appetizers like spring rolls sometimes come out oily or underdone, so skip those and go straight to the main dishes. The Thai standard, pad thai, is not really noteworthy. At lunch you also get soup, rice, and a spring roll with your portion.
although the food here wasn't so bad, the service was terrible. our appitizer never appeared however, the food appeared instantaneously which made us a bit suspicisous as to when it was prepared. the tea we ordered to have with our appitizers was served luke warm mid meal. they never came by to check on us either so once my beer ran dry, that was it for me! apparently, they cut people off so they don't have to do it themselves!