It's a little hole in the wall, railroad style space. Two tables up front and maybe 12 or less in the back. But it is a very friendly and pleasant place to eat. The service is concerned and helpful. The food is genuine Thai cuisine and can be made more or less spicy as you wish. We had lovely pots of hot tea with our meal. Save room for dessert especially the homemade chocolate pecan pie
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