The ambience in this simple storefront restaurant is pleasant, airy, modern and tasteful. The food was quite good. We had green papaya salad, panang and musselman curry, an appetizer of fried tofu with coated with coconut flakes. This merits special mention because they got it right: crispy on the outside and creamy, melt in your mouth feeling, on the inside. Fried tofu is a simple food, ubiquitous in Thailand and most other southeastern Asian countries. But making it just right is tricky, and they did here.
The place was noisy, even though there were few diners, largely due to the industrial cement floors. The only beer offered was Singha. A few others, maybe some on draft, would be nice.
But the food was good, and this place is a keeper.
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