This restaurant was authentic. Not that I'd be a good judge of that but everyone around us was a local. The restaurant was quite crowded when we went for an early dinner on a Friday evening so we were seated outdoors but no problem there.
The Tom Yum Goong was brilliant and so was the fried morning glory. Don't be too alarmed by the Western section of the menu. The table next to us was served a dish of Brit sausages and even though they looked good, I cannot fathom why would one NOT have Thai food in Bangkok.
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