The restaurant is under new ownership and while we never went there before, we read and relied on the reviews. The inexperience was obvious, the food mediocre, and they only brought two out of the three dishes we ordered.
On the positive side, there were plenty of staff. But then again, they hovered over us needlessly.
The new name is Tom Yum Kung, but I would not recommend it until they get their act together.
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