This Thai restaurant was recommended by friends who have gone there many times. It's a BYOB so we went prepared. It was lively and pleasant. The décor is a mix of Thai art in a small town building with vintage brick walls a lots of charm. The reviews we read before going were excellent, many raving about the service. We weren't wowed by our server, but the owner was present and working quickly and earnestly to accommodate patrons on an extremely busy Saturday evening. She stopped by our table as was genuine and warm. The dining room attendant (aka bus boy) was wonderful and seemed to care more about our visit than our particular server. We each had duck (different presentations) and liked our meals very much. The jasmine rice and the noodle dish we added were delightful. The garnishment of all meals shows attention to detail, and the portions are generous. There's even a winery right across the street where diners may sample wine and then be directed to wine that will pair well with Thai food. This was recommended by the bus boy and we will try that option next time.
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