Popular with locals and always busy, this unassuming eatery offers flavorful dishes and practical service. The casual dining room is dressed with art pieces aimed to reflect the Thai culture. There is booth seating along the back wall of the extended dining room--this offers a little more privacy for those looking for a secluded meal. The menu offers such traditional favorites as pad thai, panang duck, massamun, a variety of curry dishes, noodles and tofu. The spicier, the better. The tom yum shrimp soup is delicious and is a great starter. It is flavorful and light, so there will be plenty of room for your entrée. Fish in chili sauce is one of Thailand's most famous dishes, so there's an option for you. I had the cashew nut with chicken stir fry, which didn't disappoint. Save room for dessert as the fried ice cream is an ideal end to this meal.