I have been to this location several times in the past year, and always have an enjoyable meal. I have tried a number of different appetizers, entrees, and drinks, and have always been thrilled with my choices.
For my most recent visit I went on a Friday evening, and there was a bit of a crowd. Be warned that on the weekends it gets VERY crowded, and you can make a reservation, and most likely should. When my group arrived there was a wait of a few minutes so we went upstairs to the bar. They have a menu of specialty drinks, and most of them are very creative mixed/infused drinks. I had a spicy mojito. Excellent, and yes, it was somewhat spicy. We also had the spring rolls. They too were delicious, and came with a great peanut sauce. It accented the food, but didn't overwhelm it.
The service is always attentive without being intrusive. At my most recent visit I had the Red Curry. I have previously had the Pad Thai and the Pad Prik. The food isn't particularly spicy, but you can ask for "Thai Hot." Honestly, it's still not that hot. Then again, I do like spicy food. If you want to ratchet up the heat, ask for the extra spices. They'll bring you a small tray with three containers: One with Sriracha, one with chili powder, and one with small spicy peppers. It'll kick the heat up a bit more, but I've still never really achieved the full-blown heat I'm looking for.
Then again, you can just eat the food as served. The kitchen does a great job of balancing all the flavors in all their dishes.
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