Date registered: February 19, 2010
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The only real bummer about this place is that it's so popular it can be hard to get a table at lunchtime. But if you're patient you can just loiter for a while and sit down at a table as soon as the occupants leave. The waiters should then respect you as the new holders of the table, and serve you as such. Other than that, the food is great, and the staff are indeed pretty fast-paced people.
Moderately priced!? Well, I guess everything is relative. The crab fried rice--no crab meat was in evidence. The soup was really small and not terrific. I also found the atmosphere a little pretentious. But these are minor complaints, nothing was too bad, and if you really want to eat Thai food then you might consider coming here. The papaya salad was actually very good.
A little expensive--lunch for two came to almost 80 kuai--but the food here is creative and well-executed. The menu is big so I can't see myself getting tired of this place anytime in the near future. And the south-facing windows on the fourth floor make it a pleasant location for sitting for extended periods of time. Also, they serve corn tea.