At first sight, the place is pretty unassuming. The eating area is tiny, the waiting staff are hard to distinguish from guests and the napkin holder on our table could at best be described as dusty. For a second there we were afraid this was going to be one of those visits we'd end up regretting, but thankfully that was not to be the case.
The service was very friendly (even though I have to admit being served by a man wearing shorts is a bit odd) and we got our drinks and food very fast. Once we got our food all our initial reservations were put to shame. The red curry I had was amazing. It is definitely a place you to go for the food more than the atmosphere, but if you are okay with that, I heartily recommend it.
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