The high proportion of Thai diners attests to the authentic menu and ambiance of this delightful restaurant. The lack of English among the staff underlines the fact that they do not pander to the farang contingent. They do, however, offer English text on the menu, alongside the Thai. The waiting staff are very good humoured so ordering by pointing at the desired menu item and (maybe) a bit of miminig should be no problem.
We were lucky to be with a Thai speaker so ordering was easy-peasy.
The available food is mostly traditional Thai fare but, for those who don't like it too spicy, there are also some less hot dishes (fried rice and noodles, etc.) - however these are more Chinese than Thai. The usual rule is to order one dish more than the number of diners, plus rice.
My advice would be to step outside your comfort zone and be a little adventurous in your order - the food here is generally very good. And try to order dishes from different sections of the menu. I strongly recommend the baked fish.
This restaurant is excellent - very highly recommended.
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