Thumbs up from the wife and I, $50 for 2 starters, 2 mains and rice. Really liked the Khoa Pod Tod (corn fritters) and Phad Phed Ped Yod Ma Prow (duck and heart of coconut) neither of which we'd tried any else before!
Actually on this point, the menu is worth a mention as it's quite interesting, containing many dishes I wasn't familiar with, which suggests they are being true to their tag line "authentic thai cusine", so thumbs up there.
As others mention, the restaurant doesn't have an especially great vibe, its basically under a staircase leading up to the arcades and computer shops on L1 of the capitol theatre complex and the student wait staff were more interested in their phones (and friends) then anything else, but I think the price reflected all of this - its casual dining - you wouldn't go here for a date!
Ultimately the food we tried was really good value, no doubt due to a lot of direct competition in the area. And it was quite busy, on a Monday evening!
So would recommend as a place for an informal/quick eat, especially if like us, you have your heart set on Thai but couldn't be bothered to wait out in the cold drizzle for Chat Thai across the road!
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