In a commercial area where culinary distinction isn't the norm, this restaurant has made a name for itself. Quality ingredients, fresh meats and seafoods, an intimate environment and in-depth service is what you'll come to expect when dining here. All steaks are aged Prime Black Angus beef, and seafood is shipped in daily. Traditional Thai favorites include panang and masaman chicken, pad thai, pad siew, sam rod and a slew of vegetarian delights. The menu steps up traditional Thai cuisine a few notches with items such as organic free-range chicken, lamb chops, Long Island duck, wild shrimp, Chilean sea bass, Maine lobster, lump blue crab, stone crab claws and diver scallops. The restaurant is dimly lit for a romantic ambience with fish aquariums, floral arrangements and dark woods accenting the décor. There is some patio dining available, which may up the romance factor at night. Lunch tends to be a bit more casual, while dinner takes a more refined approach. A skilled team of staff members peruses the dining room to ensure a fabulous dining experience. Fun fact: This eatery is supposedly the only Thai restaurant to ever receive the prestigious Five Star/Five Diamond award from the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences.